Fostering Development and Expansion of the ARIN Community in the Caribbean How time flies! It’s already one year since we officially launched ARIN in the Caribbean, our series of outreach events for the Caribbean. At our first anniversary, we are happy to report on the success of this initiative and share our plans for 2019. 2018 Recap In 2018 we held events in eight countries including Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, the British Virgin Islands, Grenada,…"Strengthening Our Caribbean Connections"
The upcoming release of a totally redesigned arin.net wouldn’t be possible without the help of our community members — and one confused hotel worker — who took the time to provide direct feedback on the project. From the outset of the redesign, ARIN made user input a top priority of the effort. From an initial card-sorting exercise used to craft better menus through a live prototype test in fall 2018, staff asked and the community…"How Community Input Shaped Our New ARIN.NET"
Patton IPv6 Case Study Patton saw IPv6 coming, so we knew the company had to get ready for it. We are a networking equipment manufacturer for Voice-over-IP (VoIP) gateways and eSBCs, Ethernet extension solutions, and wireless routers. Our specialty is interconnecting legacy time-division multiplexing (TDM) and serial systems with new-generation, IP-based voice, data, and multi-media technologies. Patton supports IPv6 in its operating system and hardware platforms for the SmartNode line of VoIP customer-premise equipment (CPE). In…"Demand for IPv6 Warrants Development Efforts"
The Government Affairs and Public Policy (GAPP) Team continue its coverage of international events of importance to ARIN and associated international public policies related to the Internet. The ITU Plenipotentiary Conference (PP-18) took place in Dubai, UAE, from 29 October to 16 November 2018. About 2,300 participants from 180 countries (out of 193) participated in this major Internet governance event. Member States elected the first woman ever to one of five top management positions in…"GAPP Team Reports on the ITU Plenipotentiary Conference 2018 (ITU PP18)"
Another year has come and gone, and we want to thank you for all you’ve done to support our community this year. It’s been a productive and fun 2018. We traveled to Miami and Vancouver for our Public Policy and Members Meetings, started new initiatives with ARIN in the Caribbean and ARIN Lunch by the Numbers, gathered your feedback to continue work on our new website, welcomed new faces to the community, and so much…"10 Articles You Don’t Want to Miss"
If you could learn anything in greater detail about IPv6, what would it be? IPv6 address planning? Picking a transition mechanism? Comparing DHCPv6 vs SLAAC? How to add a AAAA record in DNS? Digging into RIPng, EIGRP, IS-IS, OSPFv3, and BGP? Many organizations are ready to implement IPv6, but don’t know where to begin or how to navigate obstacles along the way. We want to help. This year we are excited to announce that we…"What is on your IPv6 training wish list?"
Another year has come and gone, and we want to thank you for all you’ve done to support our community this year. It’s been a productive and fun 2018. We traveled to Miami and Vancouver for our Public Policy and Members Meetings, started new initiatives with ARIN in the Caribbean and ARIN Lunch by the Numbers, gathered your feedback to continue work on our new website, welcomed new faces to the community, and so much…"Top 10 Articles of 2018-You Don’t Want to Miss"
University at Buffalo IPv6 Case Study The University at Buffalo is the flagship school in the State University of New York (SUNY) system, with over 31,000 students and 8,600 full-time employees. We began a project to enable IPv6 campus-wide in 2014, at the direction of our senior IT leadership, the CIO and IT directors from central IT and departments around campus. Avoiding disruption From the beginning, we took an agile, but methodical, “dual-stack” approach; our…"Agile Dual-Stack Approach to Campus-Wide IPv6 Roll Out"
It’s the most wonderful time of the year– ARIN Bits time! In this edition, we provide information about our recent ARIN election results, bid farewell to two of our staff members, introduce current policy proposals under discussion, share tips from our Registration Services and Financial Services departments, and so much more! Missed last quarter’s edition? You can find all past editions on our ARIN Bits page. Farewell, Nate and Cathy! Please join us in bidding Nate…"ARIN Bits: December 2018"
University of Pennsylvania IPv6 Case Study IPv6 will eventually replace IPv4. However, during the transition, institutions and enterprises that deploy IPv6 won’t typically be able to start sunsetting support for IPv4 right away. So, while a valuable benefit of deploying IPv6 is the reduction (and someday elimination) of demand for IPv4 address space and network infrastructure, it will be several years before IPv6 operators will fully realize that benefit. Fortunately, implementing IPv6 does not have…"Reexamining How We Build and Operate Networks"