9 October 2023 – 12 October 2023
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Category: Community Events, Industry Meetings
Event Website: https://www.wispaevents.org/wispapalooza23/3402247
Each year thousands of ISPs converge on Wispapalooza to learn, connect, and grow. Featuring over 2,500 ISP attendees, 170+ exhibitors, and more than 130 expert panel presentations, Wispapalooza is jam-packed with up-to-the minute information, the latest hardware, software and services, and access to unparalleled expertise and helpful camaraderie that will propel any ISP to the next level.
End of Legacy Fee Cap for IPv4 Addresses
Tuesday, 10 October, 4:00 PM-5:00 PM PT
Presented by ARIN President and CEO John Curran
If your organization holds legacy Internet number resources not under an ARIN Registration Services Agreement (RSA), time is running out to take advantage of reduced fees for those resources. The legacy fee cap, which limits annual maintenance fees for legacy resources, will expire on 1 January 2024. By signing a Legacy Registration Services Agreement (LRSA) before this deadline, you can lock in significantly lower fees while gaining access to ARIN’s routing security services, governance participation opportunities, and other membership benefits.
ARIN Help Desk
Tuesday, 10/10: Noon-5:00 PM
Wednesday, 10/11: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Thursday, 10/12: 11:00 AM-3:00 PM
Get personalized assistance from ARIN Chief Customer Officer John Sweeting and Senior Technology Architect Jon Worley.
Location: near registration in the Paris Conference Center
Have questions about Internet number resources, ARIN membership and service agreements, or resource and routing security management tools? Our expert staff is ready to connect with you face-to-face and one-on-one at the ARIN Help Desk to provide answers. The Help Desk is your one-stop source for ARIN info and support, whether you’re:
- Pursuing network autonomy and deploying IPv6,
- Learning to use the Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) and Internet Routing Registry (IRR) to protect your routes,
- Updating Whois data,
- Looking into the IPv4 waiting list, reserved block to facilitate IPv6 deployment, or transfers,
- Determining how your organization fits into ARIN’s fee schedule, or
- Deciding to bring legacy resources under agreement before the fee cap expires.
We’ll be happy to chat about all these things and more, including the latest updates from ARIN. Plus, we can aid with any current or planned resource requests.