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RIR Report: RIPE NCC Update from ARIN 32

RIR Report: RIPE NCC Update from ARIN 32



RIR Report: RIPE NCC Update from ARIN 32

RIR Report: RIPE NCC Update from ARIN 32

Full meeting report from ARIN 32 available at: https://www.arin.net/participate/meetings/reports/ARIN_32/index.html



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    RIR Report: RIPE NCC Update from ARIN 32 RIR Report: RIPE NCC Update from ARIN 32 Presentation Transcript

    • RIPE NCC Update ARIN 32 Andrew de la Haye COO RIPE NCC
    • 9,577 RIPE NCC Members from 76 Countries • Steady growth • Increased diversity • All members must feel included • Preserve open bottom-up, selfregulation • Promote the RIPE Policy Development Process • Challenge: keeping all members engaged with PDP Andrew de la Haye, ARIN 32 2
    • RIPE NCC Membership 2013 Andrew de la Haye, ARIN 32 3
    • Adapting to Members’ Needs • A range of new players – • Evolving industry landscape – • Who may have less time to interact with the RIPE NCC Increased membership engagement is necessary to understand these evolving needs We are adapting our services – New ways of communicating and interacting with our membership – Increased regional presence Andrew de la Haye, ARIN 32 4
    • IPv4 Status • IPv4 depletion event: 14 September 2012 – • Orderly run-out, currently applying RIPE last /8 policy 2044 /22s issued so far from last /8 Andrew de la Haye, ARIN 32 5
    • Registration Services ticket volume 10000" 9000" 8000" 7000" #"Tickets" 6000" 5000" 4000" 3000" 2000" 1000" 0" Qtr2" Qtr3" Qtr4" Qtr1" 2009" Qtr3" Qtr4" Qtr1" 2010" 2007601" Andrew de la Haye, ARIN 32 Qtr2" AS"Number" Qtr2" Qtr3" Qtr4" Qtr1" 2011" Audit" IPv4"1st"Alloc" IPv4"Add"Alloc" Qtr2" Qtr3" Qtr4" 2012" IPv6" PA"Request" PI"Request" Qtr1" Qtr2" Qtr3" 2013" Registry"Issues" 6
    • IPv6 Allocation RIPE NCC IPv4 depletion IANA IPv4 depletion APNIC IPv4 depletion Andrew de la Haye, ARIN 32 7
    • Assisted Registry Check • The existing Audit procedure is seen as ‘cumbersome’ and time consuming for the LIR • In order to maintain a strong registry and align with the members feedback, we are evolving our services • Assisted Registry Check – Maintain the periodic contact moments between LIRs and the RIPE NCC – Reduce workload for LIRs – RIPE NCC provides a report highlighting our observations and recommendations – – Overview of Internet Number Resource consistency (e.g. overlapping assignments) – – Overview of registered information (e.g. contact details) Overview of rDNS and route-objects consistency (e.g check lame reverse delegations and routing registry vs BGP announcements) Assist LIRs with improving the data accuracy Andrew de la Haye, ARIN 32 8
    • RPKI • Continued development • … and deployment • “Webinar” online at…  http://meet95212513.adobeconnect.com/p6jrgwe2qw4/ • Policy issues – Legacy address certification – Provider independent certification Andrew de la Haye, ARIN 32 9
    • RIPE Labs – Recent Highlights • Statistics per Country https://labs.ripe.net/Members/cteusche/country-specific-graphs-in-ripestat • RIPE Atlas Update https://labs.ripe.net/Members/suzanne_taylor_muzzin/ripe-atlas-april-2013-update • RIPE NCC Roadmap https://labs.ripe.net/Members/mirjam/introducing-ripe-ncc-roadmap Andrew de la Haye, ARIN 32 10
    • More services being implemented • IP Analyser – • Supporting members’ address admin RIPE Stat – Number resource info aggregated from many sources – Try it… https://stat.ripe.net/ • Database Software rewritten (open source on Github), implemented WEIRDS RDAP protocol, easy to set-up and run own instance • RIPE Atlas new probes & anchor pilot Andrew de la Haye, ARIN 32 11
    • The Year to Come • Very positive Membership Survey, actions being formulated - Increased registry accuracy - Measurements - Internet Governance - Regional outreach / presence - Replacing and improving internal systems - Increase transparency / engagement for all of our activities and services Andrew de la Haye, ARIN 32 12
    • Questions?