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Register for ARIN XVII - Draft Agenda Posted

Posted: Wed, 15 Mar 2006

Have you made your arrangements yet to attend ARIN XVII? The meeting will be held at the Hilton Montreal Bonaventure in Montreal, Quebec and takes place from 9-12 April 2006.

In addition to the Public Policy and Members Meeting, there will be a number of informative events, including the "Getting Started with IPv6 Workshop" on Sunday, April 9. ARIN is excited to once again offer this workshop for those unable to attend when it was originally held at ARIN XVI in Los Angeles. Sunday will also feature tutorials, a First Timers Luncheon, the Open Policy Hour, and the 7th Annual ARIN Foosball Tournament.

The two-day Public Policy meeting will feature discussions on eight policy proposals and an informative panel discussion entitled "X.509 Resource and Routing Certification." Throughout the meeting, you'll have terrific opportunities for networking with colleagues and on Monday, after the Public Policy Meeting, we will also be hosting another exciting social event.

REGISTER NOW!
Doing so allows you to take advantage of the early registration fee and sign up for events with limited availability, like the "Getting Started with IPv6" workshop. After March 27, the registration fee will increase to $150 (USD).
 
Also, reserve your hotel room before March 25 to take advantage of the special meeting attendee rate of $169 (CAD) a night.

The meeting agenda and hotel information are available at:

http://www.arin.net/ARIN-XVII/

Agenda information is updated periodically, so do not forget to check back.

For those unable to attend the meeting in person, registration as a remote participant is also available through the link above.

If you need any assistance or have questions, please contact us at info@arin.net.

See you in Montreal!

Regards,

Member Services Department
American Registry for Internet Numbers

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