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Setting a Customer Focused Approach

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ARIN isn’t an organization I can stay away from for long. I served a number of roles at ARIN over the course of 13 years, before moving to the Internet Society to implement new programs focused on deploying key Internet technologies. I was excited to have the opportunity to return to ARIN and lead efforts to hone our focus on the customer and improve the way we serve our community.

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How to Request an ASN from ARIN

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The ARIN Registration Services Department assists many organizations in obtaining Autonomous System Numbers (ASNs). Last week you may have heard from the NRO that the global pool of available 2-byte ASNs is nearing depletion. But let’s take a step back. What is an ASN? Who needs one? Why? And how can you get one if you need one?

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Hear It from a Resource Analyst

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By Cathy Clements, Principal Resource Analyst, ARIN I have worked in ARIN’s Registration Services Department (RSD) for just about 16 years. RSD processes requests for Internet number resource allocations, assignments, and transfers and maintains such records. The core function of our team is to analyze requests for resources, determine if they qualify under current policy,Read More

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What Happened at ARIN XXX

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It’s been a busy couple of weeks , but it was all worth it when we wrapped up another successful Public Policy and Members Meeting—ARIN XXX last week. As you know, our October policy meetings include ARIN elections, when ARIN members are invited to vote in elections for the Board of Trustees and the AdvisoryRead More

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ARIN XXX Daily Recap: Day 2

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Day 2 of ARIN’s Public Policy and Members Meeting in Dallas, TX has drawn to a close.  We have had many great discussions, presentations, and networking opportunities.  All of the meeting’s materials and presentations are posted online in case you missed something or you want to review any of the agenda items again.  But first,Read More

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