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Where in the World is IPv6?

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Get your camera ready”¦announcing TeamARIN’s “Where in the World is IPv6?“ photo contest! Where would you like to see IPv6 enabled? Is it somewhere you might not expect to find IPv6? We want you to show us. Contest will open 2 May 2011! Slap on an IPv6 sticker (available at an ARIN trade show boothRead More

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Daily Recap from ARIN XXVII: Day 3

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All is said and done at ARIN XXVII. Today was the final day of our April 2011 meeting in San Juan; and it was another interesting and informative morning of presentations. We started out the day with updates from each of the six ARIN departments: Human Resources and Administration, Engineering, Financial Services, Government Affairs andRead More

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Podcast: ARIN XXVII Draft Policies

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This is a podcast, produced by ARIN staff, focusing on draft policies up for discussion at the ARIN XXVII Public Policy and Members Meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The meeting will take place 10-13 April 2011. ARIN’s Public Policy Meetings are an integral part of the Internet number resource policy development process, bringing togetherRead More

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The IANA IPv4 Free Pool has Depleted

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The global free pool of IPv4 depleted on this day, 3 February 2011. This historic event was reported by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority, which allocated two IPv4 address blocks to APNIC and then its final five /8 blocks to each of the five Regional Internet Registries per global policy. IPv4 exceeded all of theRead More

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