The American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) and the North American Network Operators Group (NANOG) thanks those who attended a day of professional education and networking!
ARIN and NANOG sit at the junction of Internet infrastructure and network operations in North America, sharing a rich cooperative history with the operator community representing a large stakeholder group who work to keep the Internet working through ARIN policy and network operations.
|Welcome and Getting Started||Susan Hamlin|
|ARIN: Our mission, role and services||John Curran|
|Obtaining IP Addresses I: ARIN's IPv4 Inventory, Depletion Projections, and Countdown Plan||Jon Worley|
|Automating Your Interactions with ARIN||Mark Kosters|
|ARIN's Policy Development Process and Current Discussions||Owen DeLong|
|Obtaining IP Addresses II: ARIN's IPv4 Waiting List and the IPv4 Transfer Market||Jon Worley|
|Obtaining IP Addresses III: IPv6 Adoption||Jon Worley|
|Securing Routing: RPKI Overview||Mark Kosters|
|What is NANOG?||Betty Burke|
|NANOG Tutorial - Network Security||Eric Ziegast|
|NANOG Tutorial - IPv6 Tutorial||Owen DeLong|
|NANOG Tutorial - Traceroute Tutorial||Matthew Luckie|
|NANOG Tutorial - BGP Tutorial||John van Oppen|
|Best Current Operational Practices||Richard Jimmerson|