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RIPE NCC Report as presented by Andrew De La Haye at ARIN's Public Policy and Members Meeting in April 2014. All ARIN 33 presentations are posted online at: https://www.arin.net/ARIN33_materials

RIPE NCC Report as presented by Andrew De La Haye at ARIN's Public Policy and Members Meeting in April 2014. All ARIN 33 presentations are posted online at: https://www.arin.net/ARIN33_materials

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  • 1. RIPE NCC | ARIN 33 - Chicago | April 2014 RIPE NCC Update Andrew de la Haye COO
  • 2. ARIN 33 Chicago - April 2014 RIPE NCC UpdateBusy Times • More organisations becoming a member • Expanding regional presence • IPv4 transfers increasing • IPv6 gaining momentum • Improving contact methods and RIPE website • Increasing complexity 2 Over 10,000 RIPE NCC Members Source: https://labs.ripe.net/statistics Customer Services queues
  • 3. ARIN 33 Chicago - April 2014 RIPE NCC UpdateExpanding Regionally • Established a Dubai office in 2011 • Time has come to expand our presence • Hired two Arab speaking employees to work from Dubai • Opened an office in Media City - Better contact with the Arab community - Operations remain in Amsterdam 3
  • 4. ARIN 33 Chicago - April 2014 RIPE NCC UpdateIPv4 status • We still have IPv4 addresses left - Every member can get 1,024 addresses (/22) - Block reserved for Internet Exchange Points • Number of transfers increasing • “Post depletion adjustments” policy changes reduce bureaucracy - Less paperwork to prove you need addresses 4
  • 5. ARIN 33 Chicago - April 2014 RIPE NCC UpdateIPv4 Transfers 5 IPv4 Transfers under Transfer Policy Mergers & Acquisitions
  • 6. ARIN 33 Chicago - April 2014 RIPE NCC UpdateIPv6 and RIPE NCC Membership 6
  • 7. ARIN 33 Chicago - April 2014 RIPE NCC UpdateIncreased Risk for Hijacks • IPv4 addresses are becoming more valuable • Hijackers try very sophisticated methods to obtain control over (apparently) unused address blocks - Faking registration and identity papers - Faking entire websites and domains • RIPE NCC has to do more thorough checks - Finding the right balance between due diligence and being overly bureaucratic 7
  • 8. ARIN 33 Chicago - April 2014 RIPE NCC UpdateProtect Your Resources • Hijacks often target address blocks with outdated contact details • Make sure contact persons and company details are up-to-date - Check the LIR Portal and update contacts - Verify all entries in RIPE Database are correct - Process any changes right away • Certify resources 8
  • 9. ARIN 33 Chicago - April 2014 RIPE NCC UpdateAssisted Registry Check (ARC) https://labs.ripe.net/Members/matt_parker/assisted-registry-check-first-results 9 • Need for current and accurate registry • Previous audit activities considered “time- consuming and disruptive” by members - Provide a more efficient, less time-consuming experience for the member
  • 10. ARIN 33 Chicago - April 2014 RIPE NCC UpdateRPKI Update 10 • 2000 Members have requested a certificate (20%) • Averaging between 2 and 3 new CAs every day • Members created ROAs covering: - 1500 unique ASNs - 6400 IPv4 prefixes; more than six /8s of address space - 1000 IPv6 prefixes; more than 10,000 /32 blocks • Functionality progress - All address space (PI and Legacy) - RPKI software open source and standalone package - Resiliency improvements http://certification-stats.ripe.net
  • 11. ARIN 33 Chicago - April 2014 RIPE NCC UpdateRIPE Policy Highlights • Main theme: Registry quality & reduce bureaucracy • 2014-01 “Abandoning the Minimum Allocation Size for IPv4” - Removes minimum allocation size for allocations held by LIRs • 2014-02 “Allow PI Transfers” - Align transfer policy for PI addresses with transfer policy for PA addresses - Incentivise PI holders to maintain accurate registry data 11
  • 12. ARIN 33 Chicago - April 2014 RIPE NCC UpdateOutreach • Government Roundtables • Law Enforcement Agencies • Main Focus remains the IGF - incl Regional Events like EuroDIG, Arab IGF, Russian IGF etc • NETMundial • ... 12
  • 13. ARIN 33 Chicago - April 2014 RIPE NCC UpdateMore Operational Improvements • Conducted Member Survey and defined 50 action items for 2014 • Investigating supporting more languages - Provide translations of key documents and information • More contact with membership - Small scale events such as dinners and lunch meetings • Advancing capacity building - Introducing technical hands-on IPv6 training - Improving E-learning platform and courses - IPv6 Roadshow material rewritten • Collecting input on website improvements 13
  • 14. ARIN 33 Chicago - April 2014 RIPE NCC UpdateRIPE 25 Year Anniversary • RIPE 68, Warsaw, 12 - 16 May • Including “Change of the Guard” - RIPE Chairman Rob Blokzijl to step down - Hans Petter Holen will take over 14
  • 15. Questions? ARIN 33 Chicago - April 2014 RIPE NCC Update 15