Posts by Lisa Liedel
ISPs and LIRs and End Users, Oh My!
When requesting IP addresses, your organization will need to know whether to apply as an Internet Service Provider (ISP) or an end user. Find out which category your organization falls into — and why it matters — according to ARIN’s policies.
Focus on the Customer Yields Positive Results
Lisa Liedel, Director of Registration Services, highlights recent customer feedback we've received, and shares ways you can continue providing our team with feedback.
3 Steps to Take Before Submitting a Transfer as a Source
Lisa Liedel, Director of Registration Services, shares three steps to take before submitting a transfer as a source.
Why is ARIN Contacting Me about My Info in Whois?
Have you recently received a request from ARIN to verify your contact information in Whois? Lisa Liedel explains why you may have received this message and what you need to do next in light of ARIN's annual Whois point of contact (POC) validation policy
Chat with us!
On 6 April we announced the deployment of a new, live chat service on a trial basis. Lisa Liedel, Director of Registration Services, shares more about this exciting new service.
Two New Policy Implementations Coming – What it Means for You and Your SWIP Automation
Lisa Liedel, Director of Registration Services, explains the implications of two new policies and how they may impact you, your downstream customers, and your automated SWIP scripts.
How to Request an ASN from ARIN
What is an ASN? Who needs one? And how can you get one? Lisa Liedel, Registration Services Manager, explains how you can easily request an ASN from ARIN.
Getting to Know Registration Services
Now that a new year is here, we thought this would be a perfect time to (re)introduce our Registration Services Team. These are the people you go to for help and support. Read on to learn more about this amazing group.
Show "Someone's Home" By Validating Your Point of Contact
If you don’t keep your Point of Contact (POC) up-to-date and validated, it may look like “no one’s home” which can lead to unsavory activities. Lisa Liedel, Resource Services Manager, explains the various ways you can validate your POC.
Simplifying ASN Requests
Since ARIN’s foundation in 1997, our policies have enabled organizations to receive an Autonomous System Number (ASN) when they will immediately use that ASN to multi-home or implement a unique routing policy via BGP connectivity.
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