Summer 2011 ESCC/Internet2 Joint Techs

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Time 07/12/11 08:30AM-08:50AM

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Session Abstract

2011 has been proven to be a watershed year. First, ICANN allocated the last 5 /8s of IPv4 addresses, one to each of the Regional Internet Registries. Second, APNIC, the RIR in the Asia Pacific region of the world, has almost run out of IPv4addresses and is in a rationing phase. And third, ARIN has pushed out a lot of new functionality to the community for address space management. All of these have made the address community an interesting place to be.

In this session, Mark Kosters, ARIN

Speakers

Speaker Mark Kosters American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail ARIN Update (pdf)

Speaker Mark Kosters American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)

Secondary tracks IPv6 Advanced Network Services

Session Media

media item thumbnail ARIN Netcast Archive 2011 has been proven to be a watershed year. First, ICANN allocated the last 5 /8s of IPv4 addresses, one to each of the Regional Internet Registries. Second, APNIC, the RIR in the Asia Pacific region of the world, has almost run out of IPv4addresses and is in a rationing phase. And third, ARIN has pushed out a lot of new functionality to the community for address space management. All of these have made the address community an interesting place to be. In this session, Mark Kosters, ARIN media item thumbnail ARIN Netcast Archive 2011 has been proven to be a watershed year. First, ICANN allocated the last 5 /8s of IPv4 addresses, one to each of the Regional Internet Registries. Second, APNIC, the RIR in the Asia Pacific region of the world, has almost run out of IPv4addresses and is in a rationing phase. And third, ARIN has pushed out a lot of new functionality to the community for address space management. All of these have made the address community an interesting place to be. In this session, Mark Kosters, ARIN

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