Summer has arrived and so has our June 2022 edition of ARIN Bits! Find out what we have been up to this past quarter, including Bylaws and Election changes, instructional webinars, current policy proposals and consultations, and much more.
ARIN 49 Virtual Fellowship Program alumnus James Hulce shares why he applied for the program, the highlights of his participation, and the impact it has had on his interest and involvement in the ARIN community as he prepares for a career in Internet infrastructure.
Looking to take on a leadership role in the ARIN community? We just launched two new instructional videos on Governance and Policy that explain how ARIN fits into the larger Internet governance community, our election cycle, the composition and responsibilities of the ARIN Advisory Council and Board of Trustees, and how you can get involved.
With the recent revisions to ARIN Bylaws and other documents, you may be wondering: Who can make nominations, and what should a nominee expect throughout the process? What qualifications are the Nomination Committee looking for? How are those qualifications used to decide the slate of candidates? Who can vote? We’ve got you covered with answers to these questions and more.
Do you have autonomy over your network? Have you considered what happens to your network if you decide to switch providers or if your Internet Service Provider (ISP) asks you to return the IP addresses they assigned to you? Getting space directly from ARIN is the way to ensure true autonomy over your network. Let's talks about why.
Wondering whether you should submit an application or if your project would be a good fit for the ARIN Community Grant Program? We think it’s well worth the consideration, but don’t just take our word for it! Here are the top five reasons to apply — backed by the experiences of past grant recipients in their own words.
Why can’t IPv6 be avoided? How insanely big is the IPv6 address space, and can we actually run out of IPv6 addresses? Is IPv6 faster and more secure than IPv4? IPv6 Evangelist Jonathan Weissman answers these questions and more to increase understanding of IPv6 as its adoption expands.
Kristina Hojstricova of Diplo US shares the findings of their ARIN Community Grant-funded study of the involvement of small, developing countries in the ARIN region in international standardization processes.
Does frequent talk of IPv4 and IPv6 have you wondering about the other Internet Protocol version numbers? The ones that come before and in between 4 and 6? Or even after? Let's take a look at the history and current state of those oft' unspoken versions.
GET THE LATEST!
Sign up to receive the latest news about ARIN and the most pressing issues facing the Internet community.SIGN ME UP →
Blog CategoriesARIN Bits • Fellowship Program • Training • Elections • Tips • Grant Program • IPv6 • Public Policy • IPv4 • RPKI • Internet Governance • Outreach • Updates • IRR • Data Accuracy • Customer Feedback • Caribbean