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The IPv4 Transfer Process

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Ever since we officially depleted our IPv4 free pool back in September 2015, we’ve seen more and more interest in transferring IPv4 address space. We know that if this is your first time going through the transfer process, it can seem a little confusing, so we wanted to guide you through the process.

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ARIN 37 Day 3 Daily Recap

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Today was the third and final day of the ARIN 37 Public Policy and Members Meeting in Montego Bay, Jamaica.   Over the last few days, community members have discussed policies, networked with colleagues, and learned more about regional and global issues affecting Internet number resources.

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Adventures in UI Improvement

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Every site has different needs and issues that need addressing, and it can be challenging to fix existing issues while developing new features. We recently took the time to step back and take a hard look at our ARIN Online user interface (UI). The bad news: there is a lot of work to do, and it will be a painstaking and complex process. The good news: the ARIN team is ready for it.

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ARIN on the Road: Coming Attractions

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Since 2010, ARIN on the Road has been your chance to see the human face of ARIN while staying up to date on the latest happenings. These one-day, no-cost educational events cover everything from requesting IP addresses and Autonomous System Numbers (ASNs), to the status of IPv6 adoption, to current policy discussions and ARIN technical services such as DNSSEC and resource certification.

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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the New Whois: RDAP

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In the summer of 2015, you may have heard about a new service ARIN was rolling out called the Registration Data Access Protocol, or RDAP. Perhaps you understood that it was intended to be a successor to the Whois protocol, but you weren’t clear on the specifics. Maybe you weren’t even aware of the need for a replacement. And come on, what really makes RDAP better than Whois? The answer is a lot and if you’re not using it by now, you should be.

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