Posts by Erin Pratt

Moving Day for TeamARIN

Moving Day for TeamARIN

 • Erin Pratt

Welcome to first post on the new ARIN blog! We recently moved our blog from teamarin.net to arin.net, and we're excited to show you around.

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ARIN Bits: September 2021

ARIN Bits: September 2021

 • Erin Pratt

The September 2021 edition of our quarterly e-news update, ARIN Bits, is here! Learn what we have been up to this past quarter including information about upcoming events, current policy discussions, a TeamARIN update, and much more.

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ARIN Bits: June 2021

ARIN Bits: June 2021

 • Erin Pratt

The June 2021 edition of our quarterly e-news update, ARIN Bits, is here! Learn what we have been up to this past quarter including information about Routing Security at ARIN, upcoming events, current policy discussions, and much more.

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IPv6 Challenge in 280 Characters or Less

IPv6 Challenge in 280 Characters or Less

 • Erin Pratt

Last week we posed a challenge for our community on our TeamARIN Twitter account: In 280 characters or less, what progress have you made on your IPv6 deployment this year? Here's a look at what you had to say.

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ARIN 47 Day 3 Daily Recap

ARIN 47 Day 3 Daily Recap

 • Erin Pratt

Today marked the third and final day of our ARIN 47 meeting. Thank you to all who made ARIN 47 a digital success!

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ARIN 47 Day 2 Daily Recap

ARIN 47 Day 2 Daily Recap

 • Erin Pratt

Day two of ARIN 47 has come to an end! We had another productive day filled with policy discussions, global updates, and much more. We will be back tomorrow for the third and final day of ARIN 47.

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ARIN 47 Day 1 Daily Recap

ARIN 47 Day 1 Daily Recap

 • Erin Pratt

From the comfort of your own home, we were pleased to bring you our third virtual Public Policy and Members Meeting, ARIN 47! Here’s a high level recap of what took place on day one.

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ARIN Bits: March 2021

ARIN Bits: March 2021

 • Erin Pratt

Spring is here and so is our March 2021 edition of ARIN Bits! Discover what we've been working on this past quarter including information about our upcoming meeting, department updates, the latest stats and much more.

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A Sneak Peek at ARIN 47

A Sneak Peek at ARIN 47

 • Erin Pratt

Curious about what we're planning for our fully virtual ARIN 47 Public Policy and Members Meeting next month? Come and take a sneak peek at what you can expect during ARIN 47!

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The Best of 2020: 10 Articles You Don’t Want to Miss

The Best of 2020: 10 Articles You Don’t Want to Miss

 • Erin Pratt

As we prepare for a brand new year, we took a moment to look back over what we were able to accomplish this year, and share the top ten articles on the blog from 2020.

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ARIN Bits: December 2020

ARIN Bits: December 2020

 • Erin Pratt

The December 2020 edition of our quarterly e-news update, ARIN Bits, is here! Learn what we have been up to this past quarter including information about the results of this year’s ARIN Elections, a new series of events we’re hosting, current policy discussions, and much more.

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Why are you grateful for the Internet this year?

Why are you grateful for the Internet this year?

 • Erin Pratt

2020 has been an incredible year for what people have been able to accomplish with the help of the Internet. We asked our staff to share why they're grateful for the Internet this year - here’s a look at what they had to say.

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ARIN 46 Day 3 Virtual Recap

ARIN 46 Day 3 Virtual Recap

 • Erin Pratt

Today marked the third and final day of our ARIN 46 meeting. Thank you to all who made ARIN 46 a digital success!

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ARIN 46 Virtual Recap

ARIN 46 Virtual Recap

 • Erin Pratt

From the comfort of your own home, we were pleased to bring you our second virtual Public Policy and Members Meeting, ARIN 46! Here's a high level recap of what took place on the first two days.

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A Sneak Peek into ARIN 46

A Sneak Peek into ARIN 46

 • Erin Pratt

We’re excited to introduce a few new enhancements we’ll be bringing to our next Public Policy and Members Meeting, ARIN 46. Here’s a look at what you can expect, and a few ways that you can join in the fun!

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Getting to Know an IRR Stakeholder: Rob Seastrom

Getting to Know an IRR Stakeholder: Rob Seastrom

 • Erin Pratt

We’ve been working very closely with our external stakeholders on the deployment of our new Internet Routing Registry, and recently had the chance to chat with one of the stakeholders, Rob Seastrom, to learn more about his role in the project.

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Pets of ARIN "Yappy" Hour!

Pets of ARIN "Yappy" Hour!

 • Erin Pratt

We recently hosted a virtual "Yappy Hour" with our staff to have a little fun and introduce our beloved four-legged co-workers. Get to know some of the pets of ARIN!

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ARIN Bits: March 2020

ARIN Bits: March 2020

 • Erin Pratt

The March 2020 edition of our quarterly e-news update, ARIN Bits, is here! Learn what we have been up to this past quarter including information about upcoming events, policy discussions, our grant program and more.

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Introducing ARIN's History & Services eBook!

Introducing ARIN's History & Services eBook!

 • Erin Pratt

After hosting our Leadership Training Development Webinar series last year, we realized there was so much helpful information in there that we wanted to share with a wider audience. Introducing our latest eBook!

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Top 10 Articles in 2019

Top 10 Articles in 2019

 • Erin Pratt

As we look forward to a brand new year, we wanted to take a moment to look back at some of the most popular posts from 2019 on TeamARIN.

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ARIN Bits: December 2019

ARIN Bits: December 2019

 • Erin Pratt

The December 2019 edition of our quarterly e-news update, ARIN Bits, is here! Learn what we have been up to this past quarter including information about upcoming events, policy discussions, new initiatives, and more.

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Start IPv6 Address Planning with ARIN

Start IPv6 Address Planning with ARIN

 • Erin Pratt

Are you ready to deploy IPv6 for your organization, but have questions about where to begin or how to determine the right block size? We’re excited to be offering an IPv6 Address Planning webinar next month to help answer these questions and more.

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ARIN 44 Day 2 Daily Recap

ARIN 44 Day 2 Daily Recap

 • Erin Pratt

Today concluded the ARIN 44 Public Policy and Members Meeting in Austin, Texas. Here’s a high-level recap of everything that happened today. Thank you to all who participated, and see you at ARIN 45!

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ARIN 44 Day 1 Daily Recap

ARIN 44 Day 1 Daily Recap

 • Erin Pratt

From the spooky streets of Austin, Texas on Halloween we bring our ARIN 44 Public Policy and Members Meeting. Enjoy this bat's eye view of the day's events!

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You Have IPv6 Address Space, Now What?

You Have IPv6 Address Space, Now What?

 • Erin Pratt

Once you received IPv6 address space, what did you do with it? We recently took to social media and asked you to share the very first step you took after obtaining IPv6 address space. After all, an IPv6 deployment happens one step at a time. Here's what you had to say.

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Celebrating Women in ICT Day: Getting to Know the Women of ARIN

Celebrating Women in ICT Day: Getting to Know the Women of ARIN

 • Erin Pratt

Today is International Women in ICT Day! This day is celebrated every year in April and it aims to empower and highlight women with careers in ICT. We’d like to introduce some of the women in our organization who work hard to support our mission every day.

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ARIN 43 Day 2 Daily Recap

ARIN 43 Day 2 Daily Recap

 • Erin Pratt

Day two of ARIN 43 has come to an end! We had another productive day filled with policy discussions, global updates, and much more. We will be back tomorrow for the third and final day of ARIN 43.

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ARIN 43 Day 1 Daily Recap

ARIN 43 Day 1 Daily Recap

 • Erin Pratt

From the colorful streets of Bridgetown, Barbados, the ARIN 43 Public Policy and Members Meeting has officially begun! We share a high-level recap of the day's events.

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Introducing the ARIN 43 Fellows!

Introducing the ARIN 43 Fellows!

 • Erin Pratt

We’re so excited to welcome the 13 new and returning fellows that will be joining us in Bridgetown, Barbados for ARIN 43 next month! We had the chance to get to know our fellows a bit better in preparation for ARIN 43. Be sure to stop and say hello at the meeting!

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ARIN Bits: March 2019

ARIN Bits: March 2019

 • Erin Pratt

The March 2019 edition of our quarterly e-news update, ARIN Bits, is here! Learn what we have been up to this past quarter including information about upcoming events, statistics, new policies, and more.

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10 Articles You Don't Want to Miss

10 Articles You Don't Want to Miss

 • Erin Pratt

As we look forward to a brand new year, we wanted to take a moment to look back at some of the most popular posts from 2018 on TeamARIN.

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ARIN Bits: December 2018

ARIN Bits: December 2018

 • Erin Pratt

The December 2018 edition of our quarterly e-news update, ARIN Bits, is here! Learn what we have been up to this past quarter including information about upcoming events, statistics, draft policies, and more.

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Why Are You Thankful For IPv6?

Why Are You Thankful For IPv6?

 • Erin Pratt

Here at ARIN, we’re thankful for IPv6 every day. But we wanted to know from you, why are you thankful for IPv6?

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ARIN 42 Day 2 Daily Recap

ARIN 42 Day 2 Daily Recap

 • Erin Pratt

Today concluded the ARIN 42 Public Policy and Members Meeting in beautiful Vancouver, BC. Here’s a bird's eye look at everything that happened today. Thank you to all who participated!

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ARIN 42 Day 1 Daily Recap

ARIN 42 Day 1 Daily Recap

 • Erin Pratt

From the mountainous landscape of Vancouver, BC, the ARIN 42 Public Policy and Members meeting has begun. Here is a high-level recap of what has happened so far. See you again tomorrow!

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Introducing the ARIN 42 Fellows!

Introducing the ARIN 42 Fellows!

 • Erin Pratt

We’re excited to welcome the 12 new and returning fellows that will be joining us in Vancouver, BC for ARIN 42 next week!

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Q+A With Eddie and James From ARIN’s Help Desk

Q+A With Eddie and James From ARIN’s Help Desk

 • Erin Pratt

Eddie Diego, Senior Resource Analyst, and James Ricewick, Resource Analyst sit down to answer some of the most popular questions asked about the Registration Services Help Desk in a short Q+A video.

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10 Reasons to Attend ARIN 42

10 Reasons to Attend ARIN 42

 • Erin Pratt

From networking with Internet influencers to learning about our policy development process, we've selected our top ten favorite reasons why you should join us at ARIN 42.

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The Path Forward - The Roadmap for ARIN’s New IRR

The Path Forward - The Roadmap for ARIN’s New IRR

 • Erin Pratt

Based on feedback after two community consultations last year, we're introducing proposed changes for a new ARIN IRR.

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ICANN’s Updated KSK Roll Operational Implementation Plan

ICANN’s Updated KSK Roll Operational Implementation Plan

 • Erin Pratt

ICANN has announced their plan to continue with the KSK roll which calls for rolling the root zone KSK on 11 October 2018. Here's what you need to know.

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IPv6 is Not the Boogeyman

IPv6 is Not the Boogeyman

 • Erin Pratt

We brought our #TipsFor6 Campaign down to Miami, Florida for the ARIN 41 meeting to add even more voices to this initiative. Our ARIN 41 meeting attendees had a lot to say about IPv6, so we want to share their insightful tips with you.

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ARIN 41 Day 3 Daily Recap

ARIN 41 Day 3 Daily Recap

 • Erin Pratt

Today marked the third and final day of the ARIN 41 Public Policy and Members Meeting. A big thank you to all who participated in this great event!

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ARIN 41 Day 2 Daily Recap

ARIN 41 Day 2 Daily Recap

 • Erin Pratt

Day 2 of ARIN 41 has come to a close. We discussed draft policies, heard updates from all the RIRs, and so much more. Enjoy the recap, and we'll be back tomorrow!

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ARIN 41 Day 1 Daily Recap

ARIN 41 Day 1 Daily Recap

 • Erin Pratt

From the sunny beaches of Miami, Florida, the ARIN 41 Public Policy and Members meeting has begun. Here is a high-level recap of what has happened so far. See you again tomorrow!

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Don't hesitate, dive in! #TipsFor6 Recap

Don't hesitate, dive in! #TipsFor6 Recap

 • Erin Pratt

We asked, you spoke! Here are the best #TipsFor6 we collected from our community over these past few weeks.

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What are your best TipsFor6?

What are your best TipsFor6?

 • Erin Pratt

Over the next few weeks, we will be asking you to share your best tips and lessons learned when it comes to IPv6. No matter what stage of IPv6 deployment you’re in, we encourage you to share your best #TipsFor6!

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Update to ICANN's KSK Rollover

Update to ICANN's KSK Rollover

 • Erin Pratt

ICANN has announced new plans to roll the root zone KSK on 11 October 2018. Learn about the new draft plan and how you can provide feedback to ICANN during this rollout.

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A Fellowship Success Story: Alison Wood

A Fellowship Success Story: Alison Wood

 • Erin Pratt

Alison Wood, shares her success story of how she went from being an ARIN Fellow to an ARIN Advisory Council member, and shares her advice for anyone thinking of applying.

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The Best of TeamARIN: 2017

The Best of TeamARIN: 2017

 • Erin Pratt

As we look forward to a brand new year, we wanted to take a moment to look back at some of the most popular posts from 2017 on TeamARIN.

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ARIN by the Numbers

ARIN by the Numbers

 • Erin Pratt

We've been celebrating our 20th anniversary these last few weeks and wanted to bring it all together and share a fun overview of "ARIN by the Numbers." Read on for some interesting stats!

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ARIN 40 Day 2 Daily Recap

ARIN 40 Day 2 Daily Recap

 • Erin Pratt

Today concluded the ARIN 40 Public Policy and Members Meeting. Here's a look at everything that happened today.

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ARIN 40 Day 1 Daily Recap

ARIN 40 Day 1 Daily Recap

 • Erin Pratt

The ARIN 40 meeting kicked off today! Take a look at this recap of what's happened so far at the ARIN meeting in San Jose, CA.

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An Interview with One of the Founders of Net-grrls

An Interview with One of the Founders of Net-grrls

 • Erin Pratt

We had the chance to chat with Cathy Aronson, one of the founders of a women's networking group, Net-grrls, to learn more about the group along with other contributions she's made for women in technology.

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Meet the ARIN 40 Fellows

Meet the ARIN 40 Fellows

 • Erin Pratt

We’re so excited to welcome the 15 new and returning fellows that will be joining us in San Jose, California for ARIN 40 this October! We had the chance to get to know our fellows a bit better in preparation for ARIN 40, and thought our community would like to learn more about them too.

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6 Things to Know About ARIN Meetings

6 Things to Know About ARIN Meetings

 • Erin Pratt

Twice a year, every year, we host Public Policy and Members Meetings in our region. Here are 6 things you need to know about our meetings.

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The Big Picture: RIRs and the NRO

The Big Picture: RIRs and the NRO

 • Erin Pratt

Now that you have officially “met” us, we want to introduce you to the bigger picture of who we are. In this post, you will learn more about how we came to be and the role of the four other registries around the world.

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Help Test Drive Proposed Website Changes @ ARIN 40

Help Test Drive Proposed Website Changes @ ARIN 40

 • Erin Pratt

We’re planning to make some exciting changes to ARIN.net, and we need YOU to help preview these changes at the ARIN 40 meeting.

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The 5 W's of ARIN

The 5 W's of ARIN

 • Erin Pratt

Introducing ARIN 101! Each week we will be sharing information about the various aspects that make up who we are and what we do. This week we will introduce ourselves to you through "The 5 W's."

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ICANN’s KSK Rollover: What You Need to Know

ICANN’s KSK Rollover: What You Need to Know

 • Erin Pratt

ICANN is planning to roll, or change, the “top” pair of cryptographic keys used in the DNSSEC protocol, known as the Root Zone KSK. Read on to learn who could be affected and what you need to know.

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Why Does DNS Security Matter?

Why Does DNS Security Matter?

 • Erin Pratt

Securing DNS is critical to ensuring online safety. We discuss the importance of DNSSEC and share the services ARIN offers to help you secure your reverse zones.

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