ARIN | 17 May 18:52 2016
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Time is running out to Register for ARIN on the Road: Pittsburgh

In case you haven't heard, ARIN is heading to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
in just a couple weeks for its next ARIN on the Road, and we want to see
you there!

ARIN on the Road: Pittsburgh will take place on Thursday, 2 June from
10:00 AM – 3:30 PM ET. Registration is completely free and includes
lunch, and you can register now at:

http://www.arin.net/pittsburgh

At this one-day event, you will have the opportunity to learn about
topics like:

      *  ARIN's Mission and Services
      *  Life after IPv4 Depletion – Understanding your Options
      *  DNSSEC and Resource Certification
      *  Policy Development Process
      *  ARIN Services & Tools
      *  IPv6 Adoption – Where are we now?

In addition to providing great professional and technical education,
ARIN on the Road will give you a chance to connect with colleagues and
find out how you can help shape the future of the Internet by getting
involved in the ARIN community.

We are also looking for organizations that would like to share their
IPv6 implementation story and/or how they use ARIN's RESTful interface
as part of the agenda. Please contact info <at> arin.net soon if you are
interested in speaking.

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ARIN | 14 May 21:02 2016
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New Features Added to ARIN Online

ARIN is pleased to present the latest version of ARIN Online, including 
many improvements, new features, and enhancements. Full release notes 
are included below this message.

All ARIN systems have been restored and are now operating normally. We 
thank you for your patience. Please send any questions, comments, or 
issues to hostmaster@...

Regards,

Mark Kosters
Chief Technology Officer
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)

Release Notes:

 > A new Dashboard page has been created for ARIN Online users, 
containing at-a-glance associations and links to commonly used functionality

 > Points of Contact (POCs) linked directly to IP addresses and/or 
Autonomous System Numbers (ASNs) may now search for and manage resources 
without being associated directly with Organization Identifiers (Org IDs)

 > Organizations with resources covered by version 12 of the 
Registration Services Agreement (RSA) are no longer required to 
expressly agree to the RPKI terms of service before utilizing it for 
those resources

 > Minor improvements and bug fixes
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ARIN | 10 May 17:11 2016
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Now Accepting ARIN 38 Fellowship Applications

Apply now to ARIN’s Fellowship Program for a chance to attend ARIN 38 in Dallas, TX from 20-21 October 2016 at no cost.

The ARIN Fellowship Program offers hotel accommodations, round-trip economy class airfare, and a small stipend for up to five individuals per sector of the ARIN Region (three sectors total) to attend Public Policy and Members Meetings.

View a complete list of economies in the ARIN Region at:

https://www.arin.net/knowledge/rirs/ARINcountries.html

Selected Fellows are also paired with a mentor for an enhanced meeting experience. Mentors include ARIN Advisory Council members, seasoned community members, and ARIN staff.

Applications will be accepted until 5:00 PM ET on Sunday, 31 July. To apply now, please visit:

https://www.arin.net/participate/meetings/fellowship.html

ARIN 38 Fellowships optionally include registration and hotel accommodations for the North American Network Operators Group (NANOG) meeting 17-19 October, directly adjacent to ARIN’s meeting.

To learn more about NANOG, visit:

http://nanog.org/

Please note that past Fellows are eligible to reapply and are encouraged to do so. To be considered, a new application is required. If you applied for a fellowship to attend ARIN 37 and weren’t selected, your application, unless otherwise marked, will automatically be considered for ARIN 38. To update an application, a new application must be completed.

If you have questions or need additional information, please email members-VVaJSnPt7Kc@public.gmane.org, or call +1.703.227.9840, ext.834. ARIN looks forward to receiving your application!  

Regards,  

Wendy Leedy
Member Engagement Coordinator
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)



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ARIN | 9 May 20:33 2016
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ARIN Online Maintenance Scheduled for 14 May

ARIN Online will undergo maintenance from 7:00 AM until approximately 
5:00 PM EDT on Saturday, 14 May.

During this time, ARIN Online accounts will be inaccessible, 
transactions submitted via ARIN’s RESTful Provisioning service will be 
rejected, and any mail sent to ARIN Registration Services will be queued 
and not immediately acknowledged. All other ARIN publicly available 
services (Whois, RDAP, IRR, RPKI repository, etc) will be available.

Once maintenance has been completed, ARIN Online accounts will be 
accessible and queued mail will be processed. Any RESTful calls sent 
during the outage are not queued, and must be resubmitted after the 
maintenance period.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation.

Regards,

Mark Kosters
Chief Technology Officer
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)
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ARIN | 4 May 19:25 2016
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IANA Issues ASN Blocks to ARIN

On 3 May 2016, the IANA issued the following AS number blocks to ARIN.
We will begin issuing AS numbers to customers from these blocks in the
coming weeks.

395165-396188
396189-397212

Please contact hostmaster@... or our Help Desk +1.703.227.0660 if
you have any questions.

Regards,

Richard Jimmerson
Chief Information Officer
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)

ARIN | 1 May 03:39 2016
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ARIN DDoS Attack Update

As of 9:00 pm EDT on Saturday, 30 April, we believe the recent DDoS 
attack is no longer a threat to ARIN's infrastructure. All systems are 
operating normally.

We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience while 
we resolved this matter.

Regards,

Mark Kosters
Chief Technology Officer
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)
ARIN | 29 Apr 23:06 2016
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ARIN DDoS Attack

Starting at 4:00 PM EDT on Friday, 29 April, a DDoS attack began against 
ARIN. This was and continues to be a sustained attack against our 
provisioning services, email, and website. We initiated our DDoS 
mitigation plan and are in the process of mitigating various types of 
attack traffic patterns. All our other public-facing services (Whois,
Whois-RWS, RDAP, DNS, IRR, and RPKI repository services) are not 
affected by this attack and are operating normally.

We will announce an all clear 24 hours after the attacks have stopped.

Regards,

Mark Kosters
Chief Technology Officer
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)
ARIN | 28 Apr 18:10 2016
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Registration Open for ARIN on the Road: Pittsburgh

ARIN is taking the show on the road, and this time we are heading to 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania! Registration is now open and we hope you can 
join us for:
ARIN on the Road - Pittsburgh

Thursday, 2 June 2016
10:00 AM – 3:30 PM ET
Register at: https://www.arin.net/pittsburgh

This one-day event is your opportunity to learn about topics like:

     ARIN's Mission and Services
     Life after IPv4 Depletion – Understanding your Options
     DNSSEC and Resource Certification
     Policy Development Process
     ARIN Services & Tools
     IPv6 Adoption – Where are we now?

In addition to providing great professional education, ARIN on the Road 
will give you a chance to connect with colleagues and find out how you 
can help shape the future of the Internet by getting involved in the 
ARIN community.

We are also looking for organizations that would like to share their 
IPv6 implementation story and/or how they use ARIN's RESTful interface 
as part of the agenda. Please contact info <at> arin.net soon if you are 
interested in speaking.

Seeking "Test Drivers"!

Your feedback is crucial to helping us make our applications more 
user–friendly, so we are tentatively planning to offer 5-10 minute 
sessions with our User Experience Specialist where you can test planned 
changes to ARIN Online functionality.  To participate, be sure to mark 
on your online registration form that you are interested in 
participating in user testing. You can also email info <at> arin.net in 
advance to sign up or arrive early to the session. We look forward to 
hearing your suggestions for improving ARIN Online!

Registration

Registration is free and lunch is included! Seating is limited so 
register today.  Joining us "on the road" is a great first step to learn 
how you can take the wheel and steer the future of the Internet.

If you know other individuals whom you feel may benefit from attending 
these events, please extend this invitation to them as well. Feel free 
to contact us at info <at> arin.net if you have any questions.

Regards,

Communications and Member Services
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)
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ARIN | 25 Apr 19:17 2016
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Consultation Closed: Retirement of IPv4 Countdown Plan

On 22 April 2016, ARIN concluded its community consultation regarding
retirement of the IPv4 Countdown Plan.

https://www.arin.net/participate/acsp/community_consult/03-21-2016_countdown.html

ARIN thanks those that provided feedback during the consultation. Based
on community feedback, ARIN staff will retire the IPv4 Countdown Plan
effective 1 June 2016.  As outlined in the consultation, retiring the
IPv4 Countdown Plan involves the cessation of Phase 4 processing
procedures in our future review of IPv4 assignment/allocation requests.
These requests are destined for the waiting list for unmet IPv4
requests, and going forward they will be handled via normal processes
and no longer be serialized via team review of IPv4 request tickets.
Removing these procedures would allow the recovered staff time to be
redirected to other registration related work activities inside the ARIN
Registration Services Department, such as handling the increasing number
of IPv4 transfers.

Please contact info@... should you have any questions.

Regards,

Communications and Member Services
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)

ARIN | 20 Apr 18:55 2016
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Updated 5.1 and Signature Version of the SLA for the IANA Numbering Services

This message is forwarded on behalf of the Number Resource Organization
(NRO).

Background

On 15 January 2015, the Consolidated RIR IANA Stewardship Proposal
(CRISP) Team submitted the Internet Number Community Proposal to the
request for proposals issued by the IANA Stewardship Coordination Group
(ICG).

One of the key elements of the Internet Number Community proposal is to
replace the current NTIA IANA agreement with a new contract, a Service
Level Agreement (SLA), between the IANA Numbering Services Operator and
the five RIRs.

A first draft of the SLA was published on 1 May 2015 and opened for
public comments until 14 June 2015. The first draft of the SLA is
available at:

https://www.nro.net/sla-v1

A second draft of the SLA was published on 6 August 2015 and opened for
public comments until 31 August 2015. The second draft of the SLA is
available at:

https://www.nro.net/sla-v2

A third draft of the SLA was published on 30 October 2015 and invited
ICANN legal staff to provide comments by November 30th 2015. The third
draft of the SLA is available at:

https://www.nro.net/sla-v3

A fourth draft of the SLA was published on 25 February and invited ICANN
to move forward to signing the SLA. The fourth draft of the SLA is
available at:

https://www.nro.net/sla-v4

A fifth Draft of the SLA was published on 17 March 2016 as a result of
ICANN comments on the fourth draft and additional feedback received at
meetings during ICANN 55 in Marrakech, this fifth draft of the SLA was
open for public comments until 15 April 2016.

https://www.nro.net/sla-v5

After following discussions with ICANN staff we updated the fifth
version to clarify “Condition Precedent” definition and update
administrative items (i.e. AfriNIC address, signatories, etc.)

With this v5.1 version we have concluded the public comments.

https://www.nro.net/sla-v5-1

You can also have access to the final signature SLA document

https://www.nro.net/sla

For the sake of clarity, you can find a track changes version of SLAv5.1
against the SLAv5 draft at:

https://www.nro.net/sla-track-changes

Additionally, a document with the comments on SLAv5 and the legal team
responses is available at:

https://www.nro.net/slav5-comments

In accordance with the transparency commitment to our the community, we
share the exchange of a clear track of comments between ICANN and RIR
staff working towards a final SLA document.

Next Steps

The RIRs thank the community and ICANN staff for its thoughtful comments
and now publish this SLAv5.1 and Signature version in the interest of
transparency and keeping the community apprised of progress being made
on the SLA. We trust that all comments and concerns have been addressed
and that the current version represents a mutually acceptable SLA that
is consistent with the principles found within the Internet Number
Community proposal.

The RIRs expect to have this SLA signed at the same time frame as the
rest of the accountability measures approved by ICANN.

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ARIN | 20 Apr 15:29 2016
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Board Appoints Members of Services Working Group

At their meeting on 19 April, the ARIN Board of Trustees confirmed the
appointment of the members of the Services Working Group (Services WG).

*  Martin Hannigan
*  David Huberman
*  L. Sean Kennedy
*  Dmitry Kohmanyuk
*  Matt Peterson

The Board of Trustees previously appointed Board Members Paul Andersen and
Aaron Hughes to this working group, with Aaron Hughes as the Services WG
Chair.

The Services WG was created to assist with the consideration of proposed
changes to ARIN's services. This standing committee is tasked with
facilitating discussion with the community and developing
recommendations in a timely fashion.

The Services WG Charter is available at:
https://www.arin.net/about_us/committeecharters.html#services

We congratulate the new appointees and are grateful for your commitment
and service to ARIN and its community.  ARIN further expresses thanks to
all of those who volunteered to serve.

Regards,

Communications and Member Services
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)

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