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My Experience as an ARIN Fellow

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During my time as an ARIN Fellow, I learned that Internet number resource policies in the ARIN region are developed entirely by the community. Every word of the Number Resource Policy Manual (NRPM) undergoes rigorous examination in a transparent, community-driven, bottom-up policy development process.

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RDAP: Whois for the Modern World

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RDAP was given official standards status last year by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and was quickly adopted by all the RIRs. But the IETF didn’t just design RDAP for IP network registrations and ASNs. RDAP was also designed to model the data in Domain Name Registries (DNRs) and has extension mechanisms for other registry types.

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You probably have IPv6. Turn it on!

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Thanks to a massive amount of time and effort, there are now a large number of ISPs, data centres, cloud services, and software that now support IPv6 in the United States and around the world. Actual adoption of IPv6 in production is slowly increasing globally, but is still lower than it could be.

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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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