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There are a variety of legal contracts that define and bind the relationship between ARIN and its customers.
The ARIN Non-Disclosure Agreement is provided for use by organizations interested in protecting information sent to ARIN that may be considered company proprietary.
Registration Services Agreement
ARIN must receive a signed Registration Services Agreement from organizations and individuals before ARIN will approve the request for creation of an organization ID (Org ID) in ARIN Online. This agreement guarantees services; however ARIN reserves the right to modify this agreement at any time, with or without notice.
Both existing and newly-approved customers must sign and return the current version of the RSA for each resource request.
A Frequently Asked Questions document is available with additional information.
Legacy Registration Services Agreement
The Legacy RSA is offered to those organizations and individuals in the ARIN service region who hold legacy Internet number resources not covered by any other Registration Services Agreement with ARIN. Legacy holders who sign up are guaranteed the same services provided to other organizations that have a signed RSA with ARIN. A legacy number resource is an IPv4 address or Autonomous System number that was issued by an Internet Registry (InterNIC or its predecessors) prior to ARIN’s inception on 22 December 1997.
Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI)
ARIN Online users wishing to participate in RPKI must agree to comply with a Terms of Service (ToS) before receiving resource certificates or generating Route Origin Authorization (ROA) requests.
RPKI Relying Party Agreement (RPA)
ARIN’s RPA comprises a set of terms and restrictions applicable to any entity wishing to access and/or utilize RPKI Services.
Certification Practice Statement (CPS)
ARIN’s CPS is a document that explains certificate policies and ARIN’s Certificate Authority (CA) operational procedures. The CPS describes the participants, certificate types, processes, and management within ARIN’s RPKI, as well as related business and legal issues. This document may be viewed here.
The Officer Attestation Form is a document signed by an officer of an organization that is requesting IPv4 or IPv6 space through request from ARIN or via a Transfer to Specified Recipients in the ARIN Region (8.3) or an Inter-RIR Transfer (8.4). (ARIN began requiring applications for IPv4 address space to include these forms on 18 May 2009 to ensure that organizations submitting legitimate requests based on documented need had ongoing access to IPv4 address space to the maximum extent possible.)
ARIN’s Registration Services Department (RSD) will provide the Officer Attestation form to you if it is needed to complete your request. You then need an officer to review the data submitted during the request and certify its accuracy by signing and returning the form to ARIN’s RSD. No notarization is necessary. For more information about the form, visit Officer Attestation of Accuracy. Note that the form to be signed will be provided to you within your ticketed request. You can view an example form.
The Officer Acknowledgment form, when signed and notarized, is required to be provided to ARIN by a source organization (current registrant) for a Transfer to Specified Recipients in the ARIN Region (8.3) or an Inter-RIR Transfer (8.4). An officer of the source organization needs to sign this form, have it notarized, and provide it to ARIN.
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