New Features Added to ARIN Online

Posted: Saturday, 02 March 2019

ARIN is pleased to present the latest version of ARIN Online, including 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. If you have additional questions, comments, or issues, please submit an Ask ARIN ticket using your ARIN Online account, or contact the Registration Services Help Desk by phone Monday through Friday, 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM ET at +1.703.227.0660.

Regards,

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

Release Notes

Pages and processes in ARIN Online were redesigned and streamlined to improve the user experience (ACSP 2011.21 and ACSP 2016.02). Notable changes include:

  • Billing, Invoice Payment and History, Reverse DNS, Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI), ARIN Consultation and Suggestion Process (ACSP), Fraud Reporting, CIDR Calculator, and Whois Inaccuracy Reporting pages have been updated, among others.
  • The login process was improved, and the link to log in to ARIN Online was moved to a new location on the site’s web pages.
  • Profile and security settings (such as two-factor authentication and API key) are now located in the drop-down menu under your name.
  • Notifications, including messages, correspondence, and notifications about your user account, are now accessed by choosing the icon next to your name.
  • Point of Contact (POC) records, Organization Identifiers (Org IDs), and the Associations Report are found under the Your Records menu item.
  • Implemented Google’s reCAPTCHA to provide security for the ACSP, Fraud Reporting, Whois Inaccuracy Reporting, Recover Username, and Reset Password pages.
  • Added accessibility features, such as improvements for screen readers.
  • Improved page display and responsiveness on mobile devices.

Performed development work on new website, including migrating data, creating new navigation and menus, and improving the user interface and user experience.

Implemented a combined Site/Whois search on the website that includes a web interface to Registration Data Access Protocol (RDAP) in the combined search function (ACSP 2016.3).

Provided ARIN staff with the ability to open tickets on a customer’s behalf; the customer can choose to accept or reject the ticket.

Worked on improving Whois performance tuning.

Implemented the following RDAP changes:

  • Added network type field (type) to the IP Response object for RDAP.
  • Added network status array (status) to the IP Response object for RDAP.
  • To satisfy RFC 7480 requirements, ARIN’s RDAP service now allows application/json as an Accept header, in addition to application/rdap+json. It will always return RDAP responses with Content-Type of application/rdap+json.