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.

Have you downloaded our app for ARIN 43? It will give you all the information you need while at the meeting including th...
03/27/2019

Have you downloaded our app for ARIN 43? It will give you all the information you need while at the meeting including the agenda, floor plans, and reminders (for things like happy hour!) Open this link on your mobile phone to download: https://event.crowdcompass.com/arin43

Our 2018 Annual Report has been published! Check it out for updates from ARIN's staff, Board of Trustees, and Advisory C...
03/26/2019
www.arin.net

Our 2018 Annual Report has been published! Check it out for updates from ARIN's staff, Board of Trustees, and Advisory Council. You will also see an overview of our outreach events, stats on our Internet number resources, and so much more! Here's to another great year 🥳

A new podcast to enjoy on your Friday afternoon via Packet Pushers
03/22/2019
IPv6 Buzz 022: Critical Security Differences Between IPv4 And IPv6 - Packet Pushers

A new podcast to enjoy on your Friday afternoon via Packet Pushers

There are a few critical security differences between IPv4 and IPv6, including host addressing and extension headers. In today's IPv6 Buzz episode, we examine these differences, and other v6 security issues, with guest Eric Vyncke, a Distinguished Engineer at Cisco and co-author of the book "IPv6 Se...

03/21/2019
IPv6 for Higher Ed

Networks are growing to support student, educator, and faculty needs, but IPv4 cannot provide adequately for this demand. Many orgs have already been successful deploying IPv6 in the higher education IT environment. You can too!

Now is the time to Get6! All higher education institutions need to make campus networks IPv6-enabled. Networks are growing to support student, educator, and ...

🌷 It's time to SPRING into action. Submit your first request for IPv6 address space today! There is no need to delay ...
03/20/2019
Requesting IP Addresses or ASNs

🌷 It's time to SPRING into action. Submit your first request for IPv6 address space today! There is no need to delay any longer. We walk you through the steps of what you need to do to submit a request below. Happy Spring!

Information on requesting new Internet number resources from ARIN, which can include IP addresses or Autonomous System Numbers (ASNs). Please review some of the general guidelines below and then refer to the specific instructions for the type of resources you would like to request.

We’ve shared a lot about how community input shaped our website redesign process. Now Andy Newton, Chief Engineer, tak...
03/19/2019
Under the Hood of the New ARIN.net - Team ARIN

We’ve shared a lot about how community input shaped our website redesign process. Now Andy Newton, Chief Engineer, takes us under the hood of our new website to explore the technology behind it. Take a look!

We've shared a lot about how community input shaped our website redesign process. Now Andy Newton, Chief Engineer, takes us under the hood of our new arin.net to explore the technology behind the website.

"I expected to be overwhelmed by the nuances of policy discussions about Internet numbers and that was not the case. The...
03/18/2019

"I expected to be overwhelmed by the nuances of policy discussions about Internet numbers and that was not the case. The Newcomers Orientation and Policy Tutorial were very helpful in providing a good contact for precessing discussions to come." - ARIN 42 Fellow

Don't forget to attend our Newcomer Orientation and PDP Tutorial at ARIN 43! View our schedule to mark your calendar ➡️ http://arin.net/ARIN43

We have a spring in our step as we welcome Spring next week! 🌷 While winter brought snowy weather and cold temperatur...
03/15/2019
ARIN Bits: March 2019 - Team ARIN

We have a spring in our step as we welcome Spring next week! 🌷 While winter brought snowy weather and cold temperatures, we didn’t let that slow us down this quarter. In this edition of ARIN Bits, we share information about our upcoming meeting, announce the launch of our redesigned website, share helpful tips, and much more.

The March 2019 edition of our quarterly e-news update, ARIN Bits, is here! Learn what we have been up to this past quarter including information about upcoming events, statistics, new policies, and more.

Happy Pi Day from TeamARIN! 🥧 Nothing better than celebrating Pi Day with delicious (and homemade) pies by our amazin...
03/14/2019

Happy Pi Day from TeamARIN! 🥧 Nothing better than celebrating Pi Day with delicious (and homemade) pies by our amazing employees!

Subnetting: IPv4 vs IPv6 - The IPv4 mindset: think in terms of IP addressesThe IPv6 mindset: think in terms of subnets, ...
03/13/2019

Subnetting: IPv4 vs IPv6 -
The IPv4 mindset: think in terms of IP addresses
The IPv6 mindset: think in terms of subnets, not addresses

Happy birthday to the World Wide Web! 30 years ago today, Tim Berners-Lee created the foundational technologies for the ...
03/12/2019
www.google.com

Happy birthday to the World Wide Web! 30 years ago today, Tim Berners-Lee created the foundational technologies for the World Wide Web. Thumbs up if you remember the dial-up Internet. 👍

Unable to make it to Bridgetown next month? Don't fear, remote participation is a great way to virtually attend our meet...
03/11/2019
ARIN 43 Public Policy and Members Meeting

Unable to make it to Bridgetown next month? Don't fear, remote participation is a great way to virtually attend our meeting! Register in advance so you have everything you need by the time ARIN 43 gets started. Don't miss out on contributing your voice to help shape Internet policies in our region.

Please plan on joining us from 7 - 10 April 2019 in Bridgetown, Barbados for ARIN 43. Advance meeting registrations are free, and only registrations received after 6 April or on-site will be charged a fee of $150 USD. ARIN's Public Policy Meetings are an integral part of the Internet number resource...

The security of your data is very important to us, and we have implemented several services you can use to protect your ...
03/08/2019
4 Security Services You Should be Using - Team ARIN

The security of your data is very important to us, and we have implemented several services you can use to protect your information. But you can’t benefit from these services unless you use them! Andy Newton, Chief Engineer, shares the four security services you need to be using now:

Your data protection is extremely important to us. Andy Newton, Chief Engineer, explains four security services we offer that you should be using to secure your accounts.

03/07/2019
IPv6 for IoT

It's up to you to make sure the IoT is IPv6-enabled.

Now is the time to Get6! We don't have enough IPv4 addresses for all of your things any more. It's up to you to make sure the Internet of Things is IPv6-enab...

ARIN meetings are the highlight of our year. Join us in Barbados, either remotely or in person, for ARIN 43. We're only ...
03/06/2019

ARIN meetings are the highlight of our year. Join us in Barbados, either remotely or in person, for ARIN 43. We're only one month away! Register at arin.net/ARIN43

03/04/2019

Drumroll please... we're live! This weekend we launched the totally redesigned http://www.arin.net. This was a huge effort between ARIN staff and our community. Thank you to all who provided input throughout the process. Check it out and let us know what you think!

How big is IPv6, really? Take a look at the sheer scale of IPv6 visualized in our universe via 6connect
03/01/2019
How Big is IPv6, Really? (Video)

How big is IPv6, really? Take a look at the sheer scale of IPv6 visualized in our universe via 6connect

First – some context: I was preparing a presentation on IPv6 for Silicon Valley DevOps Days a couple of months ago, and looked around for visualizations to show the scale of IPv6 in comparison to IPv4. IPv4 isn’t going anywhere, but the reality is that dual stack networks are the...

The countdown to ARIN 43 is on! Our Fellows have been selected, travel is getting booked, and we're  excited to see you ...
02/28/2019
ARIN 43 Public Policy and Members Meeting

The countdown to ARIN 43 is on! Our Fellows have been selected, travel is getting booked, and we're excited to see you in Barbados! If you can't make it to the meeting in person, don't forget to register as a remote participant. See you in just over one month!

Please plan on joining us from 7 - 10 April 2019 in Bridgetown, Barbados for ARIN 43. Advance meeting registrations are free, and only registrations received after 6 April or on-site will be charged a fee of $150 USD. ARIN's Public Policy Meetings are an integral part of the Internet number resource...

Get excited! On 2 March we will be rolling out our newly redesigned www.arin.net. Hollis Kara, Communications Manager, o...
02/27/2019
Getting Ready for the “Big Reveal” - Team ARIN

Get excited! On 2 March we will be rolling out our newly redesigned www.arin.net. Hollis Kara, Communications Manager, offers a sneak peek at what to expect for this upcoming launch. Take a look, and stay tuned for the big launch this weekend. 👏

Hollis Kara, Communications Manager, offers a sneak peak at the upcoming launch of our newly redesigned www.arin.net, debuting on 2 March 2019.

We're very excited to announce our ARIN 43 Fellowship recipients! We would like to thank all who took the time to apply....
02/26/2019
Congratulations to Selected ARIN 43 Fellows

We're very excited to announce our ARIN 43 Fellowship recipients! We would like to thank all who took the time to apply. The application process for a fellowship to attend ARIN 44 in Austin will be opening soon, so stay tuned. Congratulations to the ARIN 43 Fellows! 👏

ARIN is exited to introduce and welcome the following ARIN Fellowship Program recipients to ARIN 43 in Bridgetown, Barbados, 7-10 April 2019:

One of the main reasons Patton Electronics Co. decided to implement IPv6 is because it eliminates Network Address Transl...
02/25/2019

One of the main reasons Patton Electronics Co. decided to implement IPv6 is because it eliminates Network Address Translation (NAT). What benefits have you seen from implementing IPv6?

Thank you, Vint Cerf, for this wonderful shout-out to the stewards of the Internet. 👏 "It is nonetheless fascinating ...
02/22/2019
Ownership vs. Stewardship

Thank you, Vint Cerf, for this wonderful shout-out to the stewards of the Internet. 👏 "It is nonetheless fascinating to me that one of the largest government-produced engines of economic growth and innovation is so deeply dependent on the stewardship of the people and institutions that administer Internet addresses and domain names." via Communications of the ACM

The Internet and the World Wide Web are dependent on the stewardship of a key set of non-profit institutions.

If you've never been to an ARIN meeting before and want to register but are feeling a little intimidated - we've got you...
02/21/2019

If you've never been to an ARIN meeting before and want to register but are feeling a little intimidated - we've got you covered. We offer a Newcomer Orientation and Policy Development Process Tutorial at the start of every ARIN meeting. Learn more about our orientations and be sure to register for ARIN 43 on our meeting website! arin.net/ARIN43

We've collected lots of case studies to help you get started on your IPv6 deployment. Take some time to read through rea...
02/20/2019

We've collected lots of case studies to help you get started on your IPv6 deployment. Take some time to read through real-world examples of how others have made the move to IPv6: https://teamarin.net/get6/ipv6-case-studies/

Are you at #NANOG75 this week? Be sure to stop by and say hello to John and Eddie to get help with any of your Internet ...
02/19/2019

Are you at #NANOG75 this week? Be sure to stop by and say hello to John and Eddie to get help with any of your Internet number resource needs! They will be here until 4:30PM today!

Time flies when you're in the Caribbean! It's been one year since we launched ARIN in the Caribbean - a series of outrea...
02/13/2019
Strengthening Our Caribbean Connections - Team ARIN

Time flies when you're in the Caribbean! It's been one year since we launched ARIN in the Caribbean - a series of outreach events. Bevil Wooding reports on the success of this initiative and shares our plans moving forward into 2019 over on the blog.

It’s already been one year since we officially launched ARIN in the Caribbean, our series of outreach events for the Caribbean. At our first anniversary, we are happy to report on the success of this initiative and share our plans for 2019.

IPv6 Buzz 019: IPv6 and Broadband Internet Cable Providers via Packet Pushers
02/12/2019
IPv6 Buzz 019: IPv6 And Broadband Internet Cable Providers - Packet Pushers

IPv6 Buzz 019: IPv6 and Broadband Internet Cable Providers via Packet Pushers

In the latest episode of IPv6 Buzz we examine IPv6 deployment among cable providers. We'll discuss industry trends, financial and technical drivers for adoption, and how the cable industry is working to transition IPv4 out of the providers' access and distribution networks. Our guest is Dan Torbet.

Adopting IPv6 has advantages for the booming business of networking the Internet of Things
02/08/2019
Can IoT networking drive adoption of IPv6?

Adopting IPv6 has advantages for the booming business of networking the Internet of Things

Enterprises have been slowly moving away from IPv4 and toward IPv6, but the process might be speeded up because adopting IPv6 has advantages for the booming business of networking the internet of things.

02/08/2019
How Community Input Shaped Our New ARIN.NET

Happy Friday! Get your groove on with this brief video showcasing the various types of community input we've collected to help shape our newly redesigned website. Thank you to all who participated!

The upcoming release of a totally redesigned arin.net wouldn’t be possible without the help of our community members who took the time to provide direct feed...

The upcoming release of a totally redesigned arin.net wouldn’t be possible without the help of our community members w...
02/06/2019
How Community Input Shaped Our New ARIN.NET - Team ARIN

The upcoming release of a totally redesigned arin.net wouldn’t be possible without the help of our community members who took the time to provide direct feedback on the project! Here’s a look at the various ways community input shaped our new arin.net.

The upcoming release of a totally redesigned arin.net wouldn’t be possible without the help of our community members who took the time to provide direct feedback on the project. Here's a look at the various ways community input shaped our new arin.net.

New case study on the blog! Marc Aeberhard, VoIP Product Manager, explains how Patton Electronics Co. recognized the nee...
02/04/2019
Demand for IPv6 Warrants Development Efforts - Team ARIN

New case study on the blog! Marc Aeberhard, VoIP Product Manager, explains how Patton Electronics Co. recognized the need for IPv6 and how they created a step-by-step plan to deploy it.

Marc Aeberhard, VoIP Product Manager, explains how Patton recognized the need for IPv6 and how they created a step-by-step plan to deploy it.

Remote participation is always an option if you can't attend ARIN 43 in person. When you participate remotely, you'll ha...
02/01/2019
ARIN 43 Public Policy and Members Meeting

Remote participation is always an option if you can't attend ARIN 43 in person. When you participate remotely, you'll have access to a webcast, live transcript and chat room. Register in advance and enjoy the meeting from wherever you are!

Please plan on joining us from 7 - 10 April 2019 in Bridgetown, Barbados for ARIN 43. Advance meeting registrations are free, and only registrations received after 6 April or on-site will be charged a fee of $150 USD. ARIN's Public Policy Meetings are an integral part of the Internet number resource...

DNS Flag Day takes place tomorrow, 1 February. Are you ready? Here's what you need to know: https://dnsflagday.net/
01/31/2019

DNS Flag Day takes place tomorrow, 1 February. Are you ready? Here's what you need to know: https://dnsflagday.net/

We have two ARIN on the Road events coming up next week! Charlotte and Jacksonville will be our first two stops of 2019....
01/30/2019

We have two ARIN on the Road events coming up next week! Charlotte and Jacksonville will be our first two stops of 2019. Register to join us at one of these free events below ⬇️
5 February: arin.net/charlotte
7 February arin.net/jacksonville

Head to our Get6 page on TeamARIN to view IPv6 case studies, helpful infographics, resources and more. We're here to sup...
01/29/2019
Get6 - Team ARIN

Head to our Get6 page on TeamARIN to view IPv6 case studies, helpful infographics, resources and more. We're here to support you on your IPv6 journey!

Detailed accounts from organizations that have already made progress on their IPv6 journey

Our Government Affairs and Public Policy Team returns with part two of their experience attending the ITU Plenipotentiar...
01/28/2019
GAPP Team Reports on the ITU Plenipotentiary Conference 2018 (ITU PP18) - Team ARIN

Our Government Affairs and Public Policy Team returns with part two of their experience attending the ITU Plenipotentiary Conference in Dubai last year. Here's what you need to know:

The Government Affairs and Public Policy (GAPP) Team continues its coverage of international events of importance to ARIN and associated international public policies related to the Internet.

🚀🛰 "We are all about realizing the dream of interplanetary exploration. Effective space data communications system...
01/25/2019
Moving Forward to an Internet That's Interplanetary in Scope and Function | Internet Society

🚀🛰 "We are all about realizing the dream of interplanetary exploration. Effective space data communications systems are critical to make that effort succeed – just as important as the spacecraft that deliver the instruments or humans into space." via Internet Society

The IPNSIG (InterPlanetary Networking Special Interest Group) has been a Chapter of the Internet Society since February 2014. We are pleased to announce that we recently created a blog dedicated to everyone interested in IPN and DTN, and computer networking in general. It is a first step in providin...

We're committed to creating an IPv6 training program that suits your needs. We're seeking your feedback in this short su...
01/22/2019

We're committed to creating an IPv6 training program that suits your needs. We're seeking your feedback in this short survey to help us understand what you'd like to see in this new initiative. Thank you to all who have already filled this out - we appreciate the great response! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/P2RNHX7

Did you know CaribNOG immediately follows ARIN 43? Join us in Barbados for the ARIN meeting and stay after for CaribNOG ...
01/18/2019

Did you know CaribNOG immediately follows ARIN 43? Join us in Barbados for the ARIN meeting and stay after for CaribNOG 17! Don't delay in booking your travel, you must book your hotel by 19 February in order to get the group rate: arin.net/ARIN43

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