[ARIN-consult] [arin-announce] Fee Schedule Change Consultation
Mike A. Salim
msalim at localweb.com
Tue Nov 20 08:36:45 EST 2012
Yes, I am happy to pay for what I use. I am happy with the great job ARIN is doing, and fully understand and support the need for fees.
My issue is this: If I am classified as a Small vs. X-Small because of my IPv4 usage that I had requested, that is fine. But I am being classified as a Small not because of what I requested or use, but because of what I was allocated as an early adopter of IPv6. Had the smaller X-Small IPv6 been available at the time, that is what I would have requested. I did not really need a /32 IPv6.
So, IMHO, an exception should be made for those ISPs who are allocated and using a X-Small IPv4, but were allocated a Small /32 IPv6 as early adopters because there was no X-Small IPv6 at the time, resulting in them being classified as Small vs X-Small. Also, this should be done without forcing these early adopter ISPs to give up and renumber their /32 IPv6 space - we are now actively using our IPv6 space. Renumbering would be problematic for us.
A. Michael Salim
VP and Chief Technology Officer,
American Data Technology, Inc.
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Subject: Re: [ARIN-consult] [arin-announce] Fee Schedule Change Consultation
On 11/16/12, Mike A. Salim <msalim at localweb.com> wrote:
> 1) We have an IPv4 /20 and an IPv6 /32. According to the new fee
> schedule, we will be X-small for IPv4 ($1000) but Small for IPv6
> ($2000). Since the
> /32 was assigned to us by ARIN when this was the smallest allocation
> that ARIN was allocating, we hope we will be considered X-Small for
> both IPv4 and
I agree... this is broken. A single IPv6 /32 should be X-Small for IPv6.
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