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> Which brings us back to the whole purpose/benefit of this proposal. Why
> should they be forced to pay for something they don't have to pay for
> today, only to have no/limited perceived benefit ?
You don't have to. If you do not require the services of an IP registry
and feel that receiving globally unique IP addresses has no perceived
value than you do not need to use ARIN's services. However, the
IP registry function is no longer US government subsidized so someone
must fund it. Who better than those that use those services?
> Jeff Binkley
> ASA Network Computing
> CMPQwk 1.42 9999