[ARIN-consult] Fee Schedule Change Consultation
jrhett at netconsonance.com
Wed Oct 31 14:09:59 EDT 2012
> "Jo" == Jo Rhett <jrhett at netconsonance.com> writes:
> Jo> 2. I would support that included with the first bill which each
> Jo> end user receives after the changes take effect, a promotion or
> Jo> waiver which allows entities which have gotten an IPv6
> Jo> allocation or who get one within (some period like 90 days tbd
> Jo> by ARIN) to receive a discount for doing so which lasts for one
> Jo> or more years but not indefinitely. This is explicitly "here is
> Jo> a price raise, but you can avoid it by joining the future". It's
> Jo> crass, but it may be very effective. I would ensure that people
> Jo> who acquired IPv6 before this policy went into effect are not
> Jo> left out.
On Oct 31, 2012, at 6:35 AM, Michael Richardson wrote:
> Does the IPv6 have to be advertised to the DFZ?
> (I am not suggesting it must be. Just asking for your opinion)
I would like to have verification that it was deployed. But I would leave that up to ARIN, most notably because enforcement of this would be an implementation detail.
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