Today marked the last day of the ARIN 38 Public Policy and Members Meeting in Dallas, Texas. In the morning we continued the public policy portion of the event and then in the afternoon we concluded with the members meeting. Here’s what happened on the final day of ARIN 38.
The ARIN 38 Public Policy and Members Meeting in Dallas, Texas has begun. We’ve already had several interesting policy discussions with more on the way tomorrow. If you missed it, here’s a recap of what happened today and quick look at what you’re tweeting.
ARIN 38 is right around the corner! Are you planning to join us in Dallas? If so, I encourage you to take a moment during the meeting to say hello to our newest fellows.
Advice you’d give to your peers just getting ready to deploy IPv6 for themselves. Don’t plan IPv6 the same way you did IPv4. Take a step back and figure out how you would deploy the network if you had absolutely unlimited IPs.
Believe it or not, it’s been a year since ARIN reached full IPv4 depletion on 24 September 2015. In that time, we’ve seen organizations continue to seek IPv4 addresses via both our IPv4 Waiting List and the IPv4 transfer market.
To help you get a better understanding of how to use ARIN’s Whois service, we’ve developed a Quick Guide to ARIN’s Whois.
From the Twitterverse
- Is It Time to Start Using IPv6 in Your Data Center? https://t.co/rO6xRA2RNU #datacenter #IPv6 https://t.co/h52FgGrw0R
- Highlights from #ARIN38 https://t.co/b79slHdWHd https://t.co/07cJzfTsF9
- [Announcement] ARIN Online Maintenance Scheduled for 29 October https://t.co/3XZErl5Njt
- Want to refer to something you saw last week at #ARIN38? All slides are posted online https://t.co/2cZksdVP61 https://t.co/93BuBgW545
- Vote in ARIN elections: https://t.co/JqfrIwlBEG
- Save the date for #ARIN39 2-5 April 2017 in New Orleans, LA #ARIN38 https://t.co/gJF75HEw1o
- [New Blog] ARIN 38 Daily Recap 2 https://t.co/6uIpBjR9vC
- Last day of #ARIN38 has come and gone. Here's what happened https://t.co/25uIJaaEei https://t.co/XNhP1laCAY
- And that's a wrap #ARIN38 Thanks for your participation!
- Thanks to #ARIN38 sponsors @ATT for network connectivity & @google for the webcast
- @tobbe_interlan Sorry, the y axis is number of IPv6 requests & the x axis is time
- Good news! #ARIN38 For the 1st time, our percentage of ISP members with both #IPv4 AND #IPv6 holdings is more than… https://t.co/wW5d52Fyox
- We've had steady #IPv6 request traffic since #IPv4 depletion & an increase in help desk inquiries #ARIN38 https://t.co/6fJX8RDBFB
- Since depletion #IPv4 requests have been decreasing while pre-approvals & specified recipient transfers are increasing
- From #ARIN38 engineering report - ARIN Online usage, almost 20K "power users" https://t.co/wLAmCzeCxD
- [Announcement] ARIN Election Access Disruption https://t.co/7V2ylzOONf
- "As of yesterday all of the root name servers now have #IPv6 addresses in production" #ARIN38 #Internet #Infrastructure
- Have a recommendation for ARIN (not related to policies)? Let us know by submitting a suggestion: https://t.co/rndeFdVZHq #ARIN38
- "We really need your input on policies" #ARIN38
- Last draft policy to discuss #ARIN38 ARIN-2016-3 https://t.co/4fIg1wFSZv Alternative simplified criteria for justifying small IPv4 transfers