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Get Internet Number Resources from ARIN (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs)
Get Internet Number Resources from ARIN (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs)
Get Internet Number Resources from ARIN (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs)
Get Internet Number Resources from ARIN (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs)
Get Internet Number Resources from ARIN (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs)
Get Internet Number Resources from ARIN (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs)
Get Internet Number Resources from ARIN (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs)
Get Internet Number Resources from ARIN (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs)
Get Internet Number Resources from ARIN (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs)
Get Internet Number Resources from ARIN (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs)
Get Internet Number Resources from ARIN (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs)
Get Internet Number Resources from ARIN (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs)
Get Internet Number Resources from ARIN (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs)
Get Internet Number Resources from ARIN (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs)
Get Internet Number Resources from ARIN (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs)
Get Internet Number Resources from ARIN (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs)
Get Internet Number Resources from ARIN (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs)
Get Internet Number Resources from ARIN (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs)
Get Internet Number Resources from ARIN (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs)
Get Internet Number Resources from ARIN (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs)
Get Internet Number Resources from ARIN (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs)
Get Internet Number Resources from ARIN (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs)
Get Internet Number Resources from ARIN (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs)
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Get Internet Number Resources from ARIN (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs)

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Getting Internet Number Resources from the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) Find out how to get resources from ARIN, including Autonomous System Numbers (ASNs), Internet Protocol …

Getting Internet Number Resources from the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) Find out how to get resources from ARIN, including Autonomous System Numbers (ASNs), Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4), and Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6). PPTX version available at: https://www.arin.net/knowledge/general.html

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  • 1. Getting Internet Number Resources from ARIN Community Use Slide Deck Courtesy of ARIN May 2014
  • 2. Internet Number Resources •  Internet Protocol (IP) Addresses – 2 types: IPv4 & IPv6 – Uniquely identifies a device on a network – Moves info on the Internet •  Autonomous System Numbers (ASNs) – Used by network operators – Controls routing within networks – Exchanges routing info among ISPs 2
  • 3. History of the Internet Protocol •  Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) –  Developed for the original Internet (ARPANET) in 1978 –  4 billion addresses –  Deployed globally & well entrenched –  Allocated based on documented need •  Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) –  Design began in 1993 when IETF forecasts showed IPv4 depletion between 2010 and 2017 –  340 undecillion addresses –  Completed, tested, and available since 1999 –  Used and managed similar to IPv4 3
  • 4. ARIN IPv4 Depletion ARIN reached a last /8 on 23 April 2014 4 Triggering Final Phase of IPv4 Countdown Plan
  • 5. ARIN’s IPv4 Inventory ARIN still has a few IPv4 addresses remaining 5 IPv4 inventory published on ARIN’s website: www.arin.net Updated daily @ 12AM ET
  • 6. Qualifying for an Autonomous System Number (ASN) •  Confirm multi-homing within 30 days •  Provide verification of connectivity with two or more ISPs – Signed connectivity agreement – Recent bill/invoice 6
  • 7. Internet Service Provider (ISP) vs End-user •  ISP –  Assigns address space to the users of the network services it provides –  Other ISPs and end-users are customers •  End-user –  Receives assignments of IP addresses exclusively for use in own operational networks 7
  • 8. Connections to ISPs 8 You are single-homed if you have 1 ISP You are multi-homed if you have 2+ ISPs
  • 9. Qualifying for IPv4 as an ISP •  Multi-homed – Two /24s reassigned to you – Data to show 2 /24s efficiently used •  Single-homed – 16 /24s reassigned to you – Data to show 16 /24s efficiently used •  Immediate need 9
  • 10. Typically Requested IPv4 ISP Data •  Mapping of static IP addresses/subnets to customer names – May include customer justification •  List of all dynamic pools with prefix/range assigned, area served, utilization percentage •  Mapping of internal subnets with description and # IPs used 10
  • 11. Three-month Supply Calculation •  Justified need, not solely predicted growth •  Utilization rate of last allocation •  Immediate need for exceptional circumstances 11
  • 12. Qualifying for IPv4 as an End-user •  Multi-homed – 64 IP addresses used immediately – 128 IP addresses used within one year •  Single-homed – 1,024 IP addresses used immediately – 2,048 IP addresses used within one year 12
  • 13. Typically Requested IPv4 End-user Data •  Subnet mapping showing each subnet to be created and for each subnet – Description of its purpose – # IPs used within 30 days – # IPs used within one year 13
  • 14. Qualifying for IPv6 as an ISP •  Have a previous v4 allocation from ARIN •  Intend to multi-home •  Provide a technical justification which details at least 50 assignments made within five years 14
  • 15. Typically Requested IPv6 ISP Data •  If requesting more than a /32, a spreadsheet/text file with – # of serving sites (PoPs, datacenters) – # of customers served by largest – Block size to be assigned (/48 typical) 15
  • 16. Qualifying for IPv6 as an End-user •  Have a v4 direct assignment •  Intend to multi-home •  2000 IPv6 addresses or 200 IPv6 subnets used within a year •  Technical justification as to why provider-assigned IPs are unsuitable 16
  • 17. Typically Requested IPv6 End User Data •  List of sites in your network – Site = distinct geographic location – Street address for each •  Campus may count as multiple sites – Technical justification showing how they’re configured like geographically separate sites 17
  • 18. Requesting Resources Useful Links •  Quick Guide –  https://www.arin.net/knowledge/quickguide.pdf •  Request Resources –  https://www.arin.net/resources/request.html •  Fee Schedule –  https://www.arin.net/fees/fee_schedule.html •  Video Series –  http://ow.ly/po57r 18
  • 19. Qualification for Address Space Based on ARIN Policies 19 •  Open –  Developed in open forum –  Anyone can participate •  Transparent –  All aspects documented and available online •  Policy process, meetings, and policies •  Bottom-up –  Policies developed by the community –  Staff implements, but does not make policy
  • 20. Policies at ARIN 20 •  Policy Development Process (PDP) – Describes the process for making policies in the ARIN region •  https://www.arin.net/policy/pdp.html •  Number Resource Policy Manual (NRPM) – ARIN’s Policy Document •  http://www.arin.net/policy/nrpm.html
  • 21. How Can You Get Involved? Ways to voice your opinion: – Public Policy Mailing List (PPML) •  http://lists.arin.net/mailman/listinfo/arin-ppml – Public Policy Consultations/Meetings •  Participate in person or remotely •  https://www.arin.net/participate/meetings/index.html 21
  • 22. ARIN Resources www.arin.net www.GetIPv6.infowww.TeamARIN.net IPv6 Info Center https://www.arin.net/knowledge/ipv6_info_center.html 22
  • 23. Operational Guidance www.InternetSociety.org/ Deploy360/ www.NANOG.org/archives/ www.hpc.mil/cms2/index.php/ ipv6-knowledge-base-general-info bcop.NANOG.org 23
  • 24. Questions? 24

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