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ARIN Online allows individuals and organizations to manage all their ARIN records, requests, and correspondence online. Representatives of organizations that hold ARIN resources or plan to request resources will want to take advantage of ARIN Online. We are constantly developing and improving our web-based functionality. Check out current functionality and see what's next as we continue to improve our service to the ARIN community.
ARIN has developed a series of instructional videos for ARIN Online users seeking to manage their ARIN records.
- Managing Your ARIN Records: This video series provides an overview of the relationship between records in ARIN's database, and how users can search for and manage Point of Contact records (POCs) and Organization Identifiers (Org IDs) through the ARIN website.
- Requesting Resources 101: This video guides you through the request submission process and brief you on what to expect.
ARIN Online users may submit questions to ARIN through the ASK ARIN feature. All ARIN Online correspondence is tracked using web messaging. Questions may be about anything ARIN related: policy process, meetings, elections, billing, etc., and will be routed to the appropriate department for response.
If you don't have an ARIN Online account, you can submit general questions to firstname.lastname@example.org, or if you have a specific question about requesting or managing Internet number resources, contact ARIN's Registration Services Department via email at email@example.com or by phone at +1.703.227.0660. Registration Services hours are Monday through Friday, 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM EDT. Please use the Help Desk Tips to prepare for your call.
- Subscribe to the arin-announce and public policy mailing lists to learn about ARIN events and to participate in shaping policy that may impact your organization.
- Attend an upcoming ARIN meeting in person or online; it's a great way to continue your ARIN education and to meet your peers.
- Come and meet us! ARIN engages in outreach and education around the country. Check our calendar to see if we are coming to your area.
- Engage in Internet Governance discussions. ARIN participates in Internet Governance activities through involvement in many international organizations and multi-stakeholder forums.
ARIN interacts with the community on five major social networking sites: Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, and YouTube; and maintains our own TeamARIN blog.
Social networking allows us to reach new audiences and to engage current ones in exciting conversations that are important to ARIN and the Internet community. Social media helps to increase our education and outreach efforts and to promote community involvement in all of the work ARIN does.
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Each Public Policy and Member's Meeting, ARIN gives the three selected Fellows an opportunity to attend an ARIN Public Policy and Members Meeting with the following benefits:
- Hotel accommodations at the meeting hotel
- Round-trip economy class airfare to the meeting
- A small stipend
- An ARIN Advisory Council Mentor
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, so submit yours today! The application link, submission instructions, and a detailed description of the program can be found at on the ARIN Fellowship Program page.
Learn more about Internet number resources or ARIN, by viewing the General Education materials.
ARIN relies on its community to participate in discussions and develop the policies that govern the distribution of Internet number resources. We hope you will take the time to learn about ARIN's unique functions and become an active part of the community.