Commercial Network Services IPv6 Case Study I am the CEO of Commercial Network Services. We are an online service provider, mostly focusing on the algorithmic traders who require low latency and high uptime. I’ve been building computer networks since before there was an “Internet” as we know it and sort of evolved into where I am now. If you haven’t already started your IPv6 deployment, you are very late, and you need to get on…"Dual Stack and Paint By Numbers"
We’re gearing up for ARIN 42 next week, and we’re excited to introduce the 12 new and returning fellows that will be joining us in Vancouver, British Columbia. Over the last nine years we’ve welcomed 111 fellows to our Public Policy and Members Meetings to expand our educational outreach and add new voices to our public policy discussions. With our new slate of fellows, we’ve now pushed that number to 123! We encourage you to…"Introducing the ARIN 42 Fellows!"
With ARIN 42 fast approaching, we are excited to bring our community together and facilitate one of ARIN’s prime directives: the development of policy by the community for the management of IP addresses and Autonomous System Numbers. Our biannual Public Policy and Members Meetings are the cornerstone of our Policy Development Process (PDP), and they rely upon you, the community, to be successful. Participating in policy discussions can be an intimidating experience for ARIN newcomers and seasoned…"Get to Know the Draft Policies Under Discussion at ARIN 42"
As we enter a new season, we’re happy to be back with another edition of ARIN Bits! We’ve been working hard this summer and want to fill you in on what we’ve been up to. In this edition, you’ll learn what’s on the ARIN 42 agenda, meet our newest Board Member, read about the draft policies under discussion, hear about our latest outreach initiative and so much more. Missed last quarter’s edition? You can find…"ARIN Bits: September 2018"
You may have called into our Registration Services Help Desk before or seen them at an ARIN meeting or other industry event. But do you know who makes up the Help Desk team, what services they provide, or how you can get in touch with them? We decided to put together a short Q+A video to answer some of your most popular questions. Eddie Diego, Senior Resource Analyst and James Ricewick, Resource Analyst sat down…"Q+A With Eddie and James From ARIN’s Help Desk"
GlowHost IPv6 Case Study GlowHost was founded in 2002 as a more personal approach to the webhosting industry. Part of our company’s unique approach to web hosting includes offering the latest technology for our customers. This is why everything we do is supportive of IPv6. The ability to provide IPv6 addresses to our clients has greatly improved our forecast for providing the future of Internet routing. We not only have potential clients specifically requesting IPv6…"Setting Customers Up for Success with IPv6"
American Data Technology, Inc. IPv6 Case Study American Data Technology, Inc is a small hosting company based in North Carolina with variety of customers. We have three datacenter spaces, two in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina and one in Ashburn, Virginia. We provide hosting services over both IPv4 and IPv6 (“dual stack”). In fact, all our IP traffic could be sent over IPv6 including HTTPs, remote desktop, SSH, VPN, and various other types of traffic.…"Three Key Standpoints in Implementing IPv6"
You’re invited to a special screening of our new website at ARIN 42 on October 4-5 in Vancouver, BC. We want you to preview the work we’ve done on the totally redesigned www.arin.net. This is your chance to have VIP access and a front-row seat! The Details: At your convenience during ARIN Help Desk hours on both Thursday 4 October and Friday 5 October, you can sit down with me and my fellow UI specialist…"You’re Invited! Join Us at ARIN 42 For A User Testing Experience"
As you may already know, Registry Data Access Protocol (RDAP) is a Whois alternative for querying resource registration data from Domain Name Registries (DNRs) and Regional Internet Registries (RIRs) like us. You can use RDAP to query for domains, IP addresses or networks, Autonomous System numbers, nameservers, Point of Contact records, and Organization Identifiers. We know all that, so what’s new? We’ve been busy working on a new Origin Autonomous System (AS) query feature for…"A New Use for RDAP"
ISPs can automate their interactions with ARIN using our Registration RESTful Service or Reg-RWS API. This Application Programming Interface (API) allows you to make calls to create/update/delete customer reassignment information. This how-to guide covers only simple reassignments, which are recommended for general use. You can learn more about the difference between simple and detailed reassignments on our website. All examples use ARIN’s Operational Test & Evaluation (OT&E) environment, which is a monthly copy of production…"Publishing Simple Reassignment Data Via ARIN’s Reg-RWS API"