Category: Updates

Sign Your DNS Zones

Sign Your DNS Zones

 • Jennifer Bly

Last month we signed ARIN’s forward DNS zone as part of our commitment to Domain Name System Security (DNSSEC). That means we completed the process that essentially allows resolvers to verify the arin.net information that they receive from ARIN’s nameservers, and it allows users to have a higher degree of confidence that when they go to https://www.arin.net or act on any other information under arin.net that they are communicating with the host they expect. We went through the process of signing ARIN’s forward DNS zones to do our part to contribute to a valuable and trustworthy Internet. The process can be complex, but it’s worth it.

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Still Testing in Production? Now You Can Test Your Code in ARIN's OT&E

Still Testing in Production? Now You Can Test Your Code in ARIN's OT&E

 • Jennifer Bly

ARIN has developed some very helpful tools to help users learn about, request, and manage IP addresses and Autonomous System Numbers (ASNs) over the years. Our customers rely on things like ARIN Online and the Whois directory service to manage and monitor the resources their organizations hold. If your job entails keeping Internet number resource records up-to-date, you have most likely used these tools as well, perhaps even multiple times a day.

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Want to work at ARIN? Seeking candidates in the Washington, DC Metro Area

Want to work at ARIN? Seeking candidates in the Washington, DC Metro Area

 • Jennifer Bly

By Mary K. Lee, Director of Human Resources and Administration, ARIN Many employees will tell you that ARIN is a great place to work, but what makes it that …

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ARIN Celebrates 15 Years Serving the Internet Community

ARIN Celebrates 15 Years Serving the Internet Community

 • Jennifer Bly

Happy Birthday ARIN! It’s time for a celebration. This week marks the close of our 15th year. So much has changed since December 1997! We’d like to take this …

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Happy New Year

Happy New Year

 • Jennifer Bly

With 2012 just around the corner, we thought it’d be fun to share ARIN’s New Year’s resolution with you, along with a refresher about what …

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Photo Contest Deadline EXTENDED

Photo Contest Deadline EXTENDED

 • Jennifer Bly

Don’t put your camera away yet! We know you have good ideas about where IPv6 should be, but maybe you weren’t fast enough on the clicker. Or maybe …

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Happy Holidays from Agent Hex

Happy Holidays from Agent Hex

 • Jason Byrne

Well, 2010 is almost over so I am taking a break to write my holiday letter. It’s been a great year, but boy am I exhausted. (Exhausted! Get it? Nothing …

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Four /8 Blocks Allocated to the RIRs â€" 2.73% Remains at IANA

Four /8 Blocks Allocated to the RIRs â€" 2.73% Remains at IANA

 • Editor

Posted: Tuesday, 30 November 2010 Today, 30 November 2010, the IANA allocated four /8s to the RIRs: 23/8 and 100/8 to ARIN and 5/8 and 37/8 to RIPE NCC. This …

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Linking It All Together

Linking It All Together

 • Editor

Late last year, ARIN officially joined the world of social media, launching a Twitter account, a Facebook account, and a YouTube channel. We followed that up by …

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"Name The Dude" Contest Winner

"Name The Dude" Contest Winner

 • Editor

As we mentioned in our last blog, we have a new outreach booth. When we got it all up and running, though, we realized … this poor guy doesn’t have …

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