Posts by Mark Kosters

The Road From RSYNC to RRDP

The Road From RSYNC to RRDP

 • Mark Kosters

Mark Kosters, CTO, offers a look at how we collaborated with the wider community to move from RSYNC to RRDP, and explains what the technical implications and benefits will be for our community as a result.

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Origin AS: An Easier Way to Validate Letters of Authority

Origin AS: An Easier Way to Validate Letters of Authority

 • Mark Kosters

One challenge that Internet Service Providers (ISPs) face today is dealing with end customers who have their own IP address blocks and want their ISP to route them. ISPs want to satisfy their customers, but they also want to ensure that the customer has valid use of the IP address block.

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ARIN moves main operations out of HQ

ARIN moves main operations out of HQ

 • Mark Kosters

Last year, ARIN Engineering undertook a monumental effort to move production from our headquarters in Chantilly, Virginia to a colocation center in Ashburn, Virginia. There were many reasons behind this big move, and we were very happy to complete a flawless transfer of our operations. ARIN has its offices in an office park nestled next to Dulles Airport in northern Virginia.

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