American Registry for Internet Numbers - ARIN

American Registry for Internet Numbers - ARIN ARIN supports the operation of the Internet by managing the distribution of IP addresses (IPv4 & IPv6) and ASNs in our region https://www.arin.net
ARIN is the nonprofit, member-based organization that supports the operation of the Internet through the management of Internet number resources – IPv4, IPv6, and Autonomous System numbers – throughout our service region, which includes Canada, many Caribbean and North Atlantic islands, and the United States. ARIN coordinates the development of policies by the community for the management of Internet Protocol number resources; and advances the Internet through informational outreach.

The American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) is a Regional Internet Registry (RIR) incorporated in the Commonwealth of Virginia, USA. ARIN is one of five (5) RIRs. Like the other RIRs, ARIN: Provides services related to the technical coordination and management of Internet number resources in its respective service region. The ARIN service region includes Canada, many Caribbean and North Atlantic islands, and the United States; Participates in the global Internet community; Facilitates the development of policy decisions made by its members and the stakeholders in its region; Is a nonprofit, membership organization; Is governed by an executive board elected by its membership. More information about ARIN is available at http://www.arin.net.

Join the discussions taking place on our Public Policy Mailing List (PPML for short)
07/17/2020
Mailing Lists

Join the discussions taking place on our Public Policy Mailing List (PPML for short)

ARIN offers a number of mailing lists to facilitate discussions, provide operational information, and keep members and community stakeholders informed of issues pertaining to ARIN and the larger Internet community.

Next episode of the ARIN-CTU Webinar Series is today with a focus on Local IXPs – No Longer an Option, Now an Imperative...
07/16/2020
ARIN-CTU Webinar Series: – Caribbean Telecommunications Union

Next episode of the ARIN-CTU Webinar Series is today with a focus on Local IXPs – No Longer an Option, Now an Imperative for 21st Century Governments

Richard Feveck June 12, 2020 0 Comment Join us for the ARIN – CTU four part webinar series, themed: Accelerating 21st Century Government in the Caribbean. Coming to you every Thursday starting from the 9th to the 30th of July 2020. Come and hear the relevant topics, engaging discussions and tough ...

Coming soon - Our 3rd Customer Satisfaction Survey
07/10/2020
Gearing up for Our Third Customer Satisfaction Survey - Team ARIN

Coming soon - Our 3rd Customer Satisfaction Survey

Between 13 and 31 July, you’ll want to set aside some time to help us with our third Customer Satisfaction Survey. The purpose of this survey is to gain a better understanding of our performance in all areas of the organization.

From getting bytes in to getting bytes out, Pete Stevens of Mythic Beasts shares what has made IPv6-only hosting possibl...
07/08/2020
How we make IPv6-only hosting a reality - Team ARIN

From getting bytes in to getting bytes out, Pete Stevens of Mythic Beasts shares what has made IPv6-only hosting possible as a default for most hosting requirements

Pete Stevens shares what has made IPv6-only hosting at Mythic Beasts possible as a default for most hosting requirements from getting bytes in to getting bytes out.

NONAUTH = not authenticated NONAUTH ≠ not authorized
07/02/2020
IRR and ARIN-NONAUTH: How Do I Use It? - Team ARIN

NONAUTH = not authenticated
NONAUTH ≠ not authorized

Have you noticed ARIN-NONAUTH sources in ARIN's new Internet Routing Registry (IRR) data and been wondering what it means? Since we deployed IRR-online, we divided our published IRR data into two sources (also called “streams”), ARIN and ARIN-NONAUTH.

We're hiring in the Washington, DC metro area. Current openings include Community Engagement Coordinator, General Counse...
06/30/2020

We're hiring in the Washington, DC metro area. Current openings include Community Engagement Coordinator, General Counsel, Senior Network Engineer, and Technical Support Specialist.

If you are passionate about helping the Internet grow, look no further than a career at ARIN! We're always on the lookout for talented, motivated, and energetic individuals who enjoy working in a collaborative environment.

https://www.arin.net/about/welcome/careers/openings/

Enterprise Executive takes a look at the impact on enterprises of the IPv6-only direction for the US Federal Government....
06/29/2020
Enterprise Executive 2020: Issue 3

Enterprise Executive takes a look at the impact on enterprises of the IPv6-only direction for the US Federal Government.

All organizations must recognize that an increasing percentage of networks will rely on #IPv6 to connect users to the Internet

IPv6 affects potentially everything in the IT organization so you want to get it right
06/26/2020
Packet Pushers

IPv6 affects potentially everything in the IT organization so you want to get it right

IPv6 Buzz 054: How (Not) To Mess Up Your IPv6 Deployment!

In this week's episode Ed, Scott, and Tom draw on their years of (sometimes painful) experience in deploying IPv6 to offer some practical guidance on how not to mess up your enterprise IPv6 deployment.

The post IPv6 Buzz 054: How (Not) To Mess Up Your IPv6 Deployment! appeared first on Packet Pushers .

Have you noticed ARIN-NONAUTH sources in ARIN's new Internet Routing Registry (IRR) data and been wondering what it mean...
06/25/2020
IRR and ARIN-NONAUTH: How Do I Use It? - Team ARIN

Have you noticed ARIN-NONAUTH sources in ARIN's new Internet Routing Registry (IRR) data and been wondering what it means? Check out the latest on our blog for answers to your questions! https://teamarin.net/2020/06/25/irr-and-arin-nonauth-how-do-i-use-it/

Have you noticed ARIN-NONAUTH sources in ARIN's new Internet Routing Registry (IRR) data and been wondering what it means? Since we deployed IRR-online, we divided our published IRR data into two sources (also called “streams”), ARIN and ARIN-NONAUTH.

Our next installment of ARIN Bits is here! Get info about the #ARIN45 Virtual Meeting, details about our new IRR, a head...
06/23/2020
ARIN Bits: June 2020 - Team ARIN

Our next installment of ARIN Bits is here! Get info about the #ARIN45 Virtual Meeting, details about our new IRR, a heads-up on our next customer survey, & tips from our Registration Services Department.

The June 2020 edition of our quarterly e-news update, ARIN Bits, is here! Learn what we have been up to this past quarter including information about ARIN 45 and a recap, policy discussions, new IRR features, and more.

Last week we deployed new and updated Internet Routing Registry (IRR) features. Now there are two processes for creating...
06/18/2020

Last week we deployed new and updated Internet Routing Registry (IRR) features. Now there are two processes for creating objects

1. IRR-email using existing email template processor
2. IRR-online using ARIN Online

https://www.arin.net/announcements/20200610-irr/

Thanks to everyone who participated in our first all-remote Public Policy and Members Meeting! Here's a recap of what ha...
06/17/2020
ARIN 45 Recap - Team ARIN

Thanks to everyone who participated in our first all-remote Public Policy and Members Meeting! Here's a recap of what happened. #ARIN45

We hosted our first fully virtual ARIN Public Policy and Members Meeting over Zoom. Thanks to everyone who joined us on this new adventure. Here's your recap of ARIN 45

Join us tomorrow and Wednesday 12 PM - 3 PM ET for our #ARIN45 Virtual Meeting. The ARIN Advisory Council will be seekin...
06/15/2020
June 2020 PPC

Join us tomorrow and Wednesday 12 PM - 3 PM ET for our #ARIN45 Virtual Meeting. The ARIN Advisory Council will be seeking your feedback on 8 policies. The agenda also features other informative sessions, including updates on ARIN’s IRR and RPKI. https://www.arin.net/ARIN45

The American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) will hold a virtual Public Policy Consultation (PPC) on 16-17 June 2020 from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM. The PPC is part of ARIN's Policy Development Process; it is an open public discussion of number resource policy.

06/12/2020
CaribNOG

Tune in now to the CaribNOG and ARIN COVID-19 and the Caribbean Internet Webinar Series on Network Resilience

Disaster Mitigation & Recovery Planning

Don't forget, the call for nominations for the ARIN Board of Trustees, Advisory Council, and NRO Number Council is closi...
06/11/2020

Don't forget, the call for nominations for the ARIN Board of Trustees, Advisory Council, and NRO Number Council is closing on 13 June. Help shape the future of ARIN and our community. https://www.arin.net/announcements/20200521/

Don't miss the final installment in the ARIN/CaribNOG webinar series tomorrow at 11:00 AM AST. We are wrapping up with a...
06/11/2020

Don't miss the final installment in the ARIN/CaribNOG webinar series tomorrow at 11:00 AM AST. We are wrapping up with a discussion of disaster mitigation and recovery planning. https://www.caribnog.org/

There is still time to register to join us for the ARIN 45 Virtual Meeting! Come discuss current policy proposals and ge...
06/10/2020

There is still time to register to join us for the ARIN 45 Virtual Meeting! Come discuss current policy proposals and get the latest on what is happening at ARIN - https://www.arin.net/ARIN45

Just because the office is closed, doesn't mean we aren't still ready and waiting to help you with your Internet number ...
06/08/2020

Just because the office is closed, doesn't mean we aren't still ready and waiting to help you with your Internet number resource requests! Call us or log in to your account to chat with our Registration Services team! https://www.arin.net/resources/guide/helpdesk/

We miss meeting with you like this, and we are thinking ahead to when we can gather together. Right now, we are seeking ...
06/05/2020

We miss meeting with you like this, and we are thinking ahead to when we can gather together. Right now, we are seeking a Network Sponsor for ARIN 49, Spring 2022 - Think you might be able to help? https://www.arin.net/announcements/20200422/

Don't miss the next installment of the ARIN/CaribNOG webinar series on Friday 5 June from 11 - Noon AST. This is the fir...
06/04/2020

Don't miss the next installment of the ARIN/CaribNOG webinar series on Friday 5 June from 11 - Noon AST. This is the first in a two-part series on Network Resilience. Register today at https://www.caribnog.org/

Mark Kosters, ARIN CTO, will be moderating a panel on #RPKI at #NANOG79 today at 1:00PM EDT. You can still register to a...
06/03/2020
NANOG 79

Mark Kosters, ARIN CTO, will be moderating a panel on #RPKI at #NANOG79 today at 1:00PM EDT. You can still register to attend, so don't miss it! https://www.nanog.org/meetings/nanog-79/

NANOG is the professional association for Internet engineering, architecture and operations.

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The American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) is a Regional Internet Registry (RIR) incorporated in the Commonwealth of Virginia, USA. ARIN is one of five (5) RIRs. Like the other RIRs, ARIN: Provides services related to the technical coordination and management of Internet number resources in its respective service region. The ARIN service region includes Canada, many Caribbean and North Atlantic islands, and the United States; Participates in the global Internet community; Facilitates the development of policy decisions made by its members and the stakeholders in its region; Is a nonprofit, membership organization; Is governed by an executive board elected by its membership. More information about ARIN is available at http://www.arin.net.

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An outage, you say? Yes, that is correct - www.arin.net is presently unavailable. We are aware and working on the problem.
https://dnssec-analyzer.verisignlabs.com/arin.net I can't resolve anything under arin.net right now because DNSSEC is wrong.
Great to see Owen DeLong at WISPAPALOOZA 2018.
could you explain why my android is trying to connect to the ip addresses that begin with 199; which are yours¿
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