Ninja-IX Fall 2022 Meeting

14 October 2022

Location: Phoenix, AZ
Category: Community Events, Industry Meetings
Event Website: https://ninja-ix.net/events/event16.html

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Join us at Iron Mountain Phoenix 1 Data Center for the Phoenix-IX / Ninja-IX Stakeholder Event for a morning of updates followed by a lunch and data center tour.

In the afternoon, there will be 3 tutorials for network operators. Learn or refresh your skills of RPKI Route Protection and Basic BGP for Peering.

General Session Topic: Navigating the IPv4 Transfer Market
Presented by: John Sweeting, ARIN Chief Customer Officer

Do you need help navigating the IPv4 transfer market (as either a source or recipient)? You’ve come to the right place. Join us for a status update on the IPv4 transfer market and Q&A with ARIN where you can ask your questions about obtaining IPv4 address space on the market and ARIN’s Specified Transfer Listing Service that includes IP address broker facilitators and more.

Afternoon Training Topic: Protecting Your Routes with RPKI
Presented by: Jon Worley, ARIN Senior Technology Architect

Network administrators sometimes announce IP addresses that don’t belong to them, either by accident or on purpose. A wrongly announced IP address block can take an entire network offline. Furthermore, hackers have the ability to create false DNS records, which may trick users into visiting websites or downloading malicious software. What can you do to prevent these scenarios from happening? The answer is Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI), and opt-in service available from ARIN. Find out all the information required for you to participate in ARIN’s RPKI service to strengthen your routing security.

ARIN Help Desk
Get Personalized Assistance from ARIN’s Senior Technology Architect, Jon Worley

Did you know ARIN has an IPv4 Waiting List and a reserved block of IPv4 to facilitate IPv6 deployment that you can utilize for your IPv4 needs instead of turning to the market just yet? Do you need help updating your Whois data? Or deploying IPv6 or RPKI? No matter what it is you need help with, we’re here for you. The ARIN Help Desk is your one-stop source for information from ARIN. We’ll answer all your questions and can aid with any resource requests you’re currently working on with us as well as any you’ll be submitting in the near future.