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ARIN Policies and Guidelines An Introduction Presented by Richard Jimmerson Director of Operations. NANOG 22. Scottsdale, AZ. Overview. About ARIN Registry Activities Open Policy Process Current Policies Using ARIN Services Top 10 Questions About ARIN. RIR Basis.

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ARIN Policies and Guidelines

An Introduction

Presented by

Richard Jimmerson

Director of Operations

NANOG 22

Scottsdale, AZ

overview
Overview
  • About ARIN
  • Registry Activities
  • Open Policy Process
  • Current Policies
  • Using ARIN Services
  • Top 10 Questions About ARIN
rir basis
RIR Basis
  • Proposed by IETF in early 1990’s
    • RFC 1174 (1990)
      • “IAB Recommended Policy on Distributing Internet Identifier Assignment…”
    • RFC1366 (1992)
      • “Guidelines for Management of IP Address Space”
      • Released with RFC1367 (CIDR)
  • Documents provided rationale for RIRs
    • Criteria for establishment
    • Operating guidelines
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ARIN
  • American Registry for Internet Numbers
    • Founded in 1993, as division of “InterNIC”
    • Independent association since 1997
    • 1,317 members
  • Service Region: North & South America, the Caribbean, Africa south of equator
    • 70 countries
  • Located in Chantilly, Virginia, US
other rirs
APNIC

Service Region: Asia, Oceania and Western Pacific

Located in Brisbane, Australia

RIPE NCC

Service Region: Europe, Middle East, Central Asia, Africa north of equator

Located in Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Emerging RIRs

LACNIC

Proposed Region: Latin America

www.lacnic.org

AFRINIC

Proposed Region: Continental Africa

www.afrinic.org

Other RIRs
rir model structure
RIR Model - Structure
  • Bottom-up, industry, self-regulatory structure
      • Open and transparent
      • Neutral and impartial
  • Not for profit organizations
      • Membership open to all interested parties
      • Membership elects Board of Trustees and Advisory Council
      • Membership approves activities & budget
  • RIRs do NOT register domain names
formation of icann
Formation of ICANN
  • US Government decision to end USG management of the global Internet
  • Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) formed as the industry self-regulatory body
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AFRINIC?

LACNIC?

icann aso
ICANN ASO
  • Formed by RIRs based on existing and proven regional policy structures
  • Responsible for global policy coordination within ICANN framework
  • Advisory Council elected by RIR communities
role of the ac
Role of the AC
  • ...is to be a catalyst in the policy process,
    • not to develop policy,
    • but to oversee and coordinate the policy development process facilitated by the RIRs
  • Make recommendations to the ICANN board on addressing issues
  • Elect three members of the ICANN Board of Directors
rir activities
RIR Activities
  • Address space management
  • Registration
  • Policy development
  • Outreach
address management challenges
Address ManagementChallenges
  • Address space depletion
    • IPv4 address space is finite
    • Historically, many wasteful allocations
  • Routing chaos
    • Legacy routing structure, router overload
    • CIDR & aggregation are now vital
  • Inequitable management
    • Unstructured and wasteful address space distribution
address management objectives
Address ManagementObjectives
  • Conservation
    • efficient use of resources
    • allocation based on demonstrated need
  • Aggregation
    • Limiting growth of routing table
    • provider-based addressing policies
  • Registration
    • Ensuring uniqueness
    • Troubleshooting
  • Fairness and Consistency
    • In the interests of regional and global communities
registration
Registration
  • IPv4 and IPv6 Numbers Registration
  • AS Number Registration
  • Registration Call Center
  • Reverse Delegation
  • WHOIS Directory Service
  • Routing Registry Service
ipv4 allocation rate in 2000
IPv4 Allocation Rate in 2000

(1.28 /8)

(1.5 /8)

APNIC

RIPE NCC

ARIN

(2.0 /8)

ipv4 unallocated
IPv4 Unallocated

Currently 38% of all IPv4 address space has not been allocated

(Reserved by the IANA)

ipv6 allocations
IPv6 Allocations
  • Allocations since 1999
  • A total of 75 IPv6 address blocks (/35s) allocated collectively
    • APNIC: 26
    • ARIN: 15
    • RIPE NCC: 34
outreach
Outreach
  • Training and Education
    • Registration help desk
    • Standardized registration training programs
    • Attendance at local (state) ISP association meetings
  • Information dissemination
    • News agencies
    • Industry specific meetings (like the GSMNA)
    • Government Advisory Committee to the ICANN
policy development
Policy Development
  • Developed in open policy forums
    • within industry self-regulatory framework
    • with consensus of community
    • Participation open to everyone
  • Responsive policy development
    • fair to all
    • changing requirements of industry
    • new technology (G3 phones, GPRS, cable)
    • evolution of process
  • Technical challenges
    • high level of planning and expertise required
    • meeting demands of a changing environment
new policy life cycle

Community Discussion

Recommendation by Community

Reviewed by Advisory Council

Recommendation Forwarded to BOT

BOT ApprovesNew Policy

ARIN Staff Acton New Policy

New Policy Life-Cycle

PolicyProposed

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Submit policy proposal at least

6 weeks before meetings

1. Statement of policy

2. Arguments and discussion summary

3. Proposed timetable

Proposal

declared emergency by Board?

yes

no

ARIN posts proposal on mailing list at least 30 days before meetings

Discussions are held at Public Policy Meetings

Final proposal with comments presented to Board

yes

Board reviews proposal

no

yes

no

Ratified?

no

yes

ARIN posts to mailing lists for no less than 10 working days for discussion

No action taken

AC evaluates then posts final proposal to mailing lists for no less than 10 working days

Further action considered?

Enact policy and post announcement

Community /

Member consensus reached?

Return proposal to AC for revision

public mailing lists
Public Mailing Lists
  • ARIN Public Mailing Lists
    • ARIN Public Policy Mailing List
    • IP Allocation Policy Mailing List
    • Virtual Webhosting Committee
    • IPv6 Working Group
    • Database Implementation Working Group
    • Community Learning and Education Working Group (CLEW)
    • Routing Table Measurement and Analysis
  • Visit http://www.arin.net/members/mailing.htm to participate
mailing list discussions
Mailing List Discussions
request criteria for ipv4 address space isps
Request Criteria for IPv4 Address Space (ISPs)
  • ARIN’s Minimum Assignment Size is a /20
  • Demonstrate Efficient Utilization of a /20 from Upstream
    • Report reassignment information via SWIP or RWHOIS
    • Share utilization information for Dial-up, Virtual Web Hosting,and like services
  • Multi-homed Policy
    • Demonstrate Efficient Utilization of a /21 and Renumber
  • Use ISP Network Template to Request IP Addresses
request criteria for additional ipv4 addresses isps
Request Criteria for Additional IPv4 Addresses (ISPs)
  • Demonstrate Prior Allocations from ARIN 80% Efficiently Utilized
    • SWIP or RWHOIS server for reassignment information
    • Internal utilization detail
  • Adhere to any Agreed to Renumbering
  • Indicate 3-month Need for IP Address Space
  • Use ISP Network Template to Request Additional IP Addresses
request criteria for ipv4 addresses end users
Request Criteria for IPv4 AddressesEnd-Users
  • The following information must be provided with request:
    • Immediate and 1 Year addressing plans
    • Description of network topology
    • Description of network routing plans
  • Must demonstrate immediate need for 25% and a 1 year need for 50% of the netblock being requested.
ipv6 policy phases
IPv6 Policy Phases
  • Bootstrap Phase
    • Transitional and temporary
    • Concludes
      • After first 100 sub-TLA IDs (/29s) have been allocated worldwide, or
      • After ARIN has allocated 60 sub-TLA IDs
  • General Phase
bootstrap phase criteria
Bootstrap Phase Criteria
  • BGP peering relationships with at least three other public ASes in IPv4 default-free zone
  • Must demonstrate production IPv6 within 12 months and either
  • Must be IPv4 provider to 40 sites that merit /48 IPv6 allocations or
  • 3 months of 6bone pTLA experience in overall 6-month 6bone
general phase criteria
General Phase Criteria
  • BGP peering relationships with 3 other IPv6 networks with sub-TLA IDs and either
  • Requesting organization must have reassigned addresses from upstream providers to 40 SLA customer sites or
  • Requesting organization must demonstrate a clear intent to provide IPv6 within 12 months
request criteria for as numbers
Request Criteria forAS Numbers
  • Unique Routing Policy
    • Must demonstrate that routing policies are different from border gateway peers
  • Multi-homed Site
    • Must be multi-homed or will immediately become multi-homed, and must describe:
      • Exterior gateway protocol to be used
      • IP network addresses that will make up the AS
      • Technical POC information for each upstream provider/peer, including…
        • Full name
        • Email address
top 10 questions
Top 10 Questions
  • Can I have a copy of ARIN’s database?
  • How do I change the organization name on my network (or AS) registration?
top 10 questions1
Top 10 Questions
  • How do I add in-addr servers to my network?
  • The criteria do not apply to me. Can the ARIN staff change the policy to accommodate my need?
top 10 questions2
Top 10 Questions
  • Can ARIN stop somebody from sending spam? … announcing a bogus route? … pinging my network?
  • What can ARIN do if I have routing difficulties with the CIDR prefix ARIN allocates/assigns my network?
top 10 questions3
Top 10 Questions
  • What is the difference between an assignment and allocation?
  • How long does it take for ARIN to look at my request?
top 10 questions4
Top 10 Questions
  • Does ARIN prefer SWIP or RWHOIS as a reassignment option?
  • Does ARIN accept credit cards for registration fees?
common misconceptions
Common Misconceptions
  • ARIN staff make up the “rules” as they go along.
  • ARIN is difficult to deal with.
  • ARIN is the “Internet police.”
contact information
Contact Information
  • Help Desk
    • (703)227-0660
    • Monday – Friday7 AM – 7 PM US Eastern time
  • Hostmaster Email
  • www.arin.net
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Questions?

NANOG 22

Scottsdale, AZ

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