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Chris Grundemann: 2015 NANOG Board Candidate

After a lot of thought, a bit of encouragement, and just enough foolish sense of duty, I’ve decided to run for the NANOG Board of Directors in this year’s election. NANOG is where I learned much of what has made me a good engineer and a bunch of what makes me a decent human. It’s where […]

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Discussing Network Operator Involvement in the IETF, at IETF 91!

For the past several months, the DO team has been pouring over the survey results, continuing our discussions with operators around the world, and also discussing (and debating) how to put all of that together into a document. At the end of the day we decided to stay out of the way as much as possible, letting the results (and respondents) speak for themselves. I invite you to take a read and let us know what you think. I believe this is a great place for us to connect existing efforts and conversations, and hopefully start new ones as well. That discussion will continue in person next week. First on Sunday in the IEPG meeting, then again Wednesday morning, at a bit greater length, in the OpsAWG (Operations Area Working Group) meeting.

Discussing Network Operator Involvement in the IETF, at IETF 91! is a post from don't panic – One Network Technologist's View of Life, the Internet, and Everything.


As a member of the ARIN Advisory Council (AC), I have to stay up to date on all of the goings on in the world of ARIN policy development (that’s kind of the point of the AC). These policy changes affect many people but are fairly hard to keep track of for most (most engineers […]

ARIN Update – 10-JAN-2012 is a post from don't panic – One Network Architect's View of Life, the Internet, and Everything.


New Policies Implemented at ARIN! (NRPM 2011.4)

The American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) announced today (27 September 2011) the publication of ARIN Number Resource Policy Manual (NRPM) version 2011.4. As an active member of the ARIN community and an elected member of the ARIN Advisory Council (AC), I am always excited to see new policies implemented (yes, I’m a special breed […]

New Policies Implemented at ARIN! (NRPM 2011.4) is a post from don't panic – One Network Arhitect's View of Life, the Internet, and Everything.


ARIN-2010-14 Adopted by ARIN BoT

[UPDATE 27-SEP-2011: Draft Policy ARIN-2010-14 has been implemented in ARIN NRPM 2011.4!] Well, I am a little late bringing this notice here but better that then never I guess… On 15 February 2011 the ARIN Board of Trustees adopted the following policy: Draft Policy ARIN-2010-14: Standardize IP Reassignment Registration Requirements https://www.arin.net/policy/proposals/2010_14.html This policy will be […]

ARIN-2010-14 Adopted by ARIN BoT is a post from don't panic – One Network Architect's view of Life, the Internet, and Everything.


Annual Whois POC Validation Emails from ARIN

In the second half of 2010 the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) started sending emails to all Points Of Contact (POCs) registered in the ARIN Whois database. Since then, I have been seeing more and more chatter about these emails – including increased traffic here on my blog. Because I am at least partially […]

Annual Whois POC Validation Emails from ARIN is a post from don't panic – One Network Architect's view of Life, the Internet, and Everything.


The ITU and the Internet; Strange Bedfellows or a Deadly Embrace?

The ITU Plenipotentiary Conference 2010 (PP-10) recently concluded. The conference took place in Guadalajara, Mexico from Monday the 4th  to Friday the 22nd of October, 2010. Many in the Internet community have long expected that this conference would focus heavily on what the ITU often calls ICT (Information and Communication Technology), what most of us […]

The ITU and the Internet; Strange Bedfellows or a Deadly Embrace? is a post from don't panic – One Network Architect's view of Life, the Internet, and Everything.


WHOIS reform and the AGWG

I have been asked to present draft policy 2010-14 to the ARIN Government Working Group (AGWG) during their meeting tomorrow morning. The proposed policy formally codifies many best current practices for IPv4 reassignment registration and fills in many holes in current IPv6 WHOIS policy as well.

WHOIS reform and the AGWG is a post from don't panic – One Network Architect's view of Life, the Internet, and Everything.


IPv4 IANA Allocations Post Exhaustion

Global Policy for IPv4 Allocations by the IANA Post Exhaustion I have been working with a team of other concerned netizens on a new global policy proposal since the spring ARIN meeting in Toronto. It started as a lunch time conversation and grew from there. The idea was spurred by last year’s attempt to enact […]

IPv4 IANA Allocations Post Exhaustion is a post from don't panic – One Network Architect's view of Life, the Internet, and Everything.


ARIN Meetings Fellowship Program

ARIN is again offering a Meetings Fellowship Program to help bring new voices and ideas to public policy discussions. The current call is for Fellows to attend ARIN XXV in Toronto, Canada 18-21 April 2010. If you are interested in participating in the program, submit your application by 19 February. The application, submission instructions, and […]

ARIN Meetings Fellowship Program is a post from don't panic – One Network Architect's view of Life, the Internet, and Everything.