[ARIN-consult] [arin-announce] Consultation on ARIN Fees
farmer at umn.edu
Sat Apr 10 08:00:38 EDT 2021
On Sat, Apr 10, 2021 at 03:47 Gert Doering <gert at space.net> wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 09, 2021 at 11:11:07PM -0700, Owen DeLong via ARIN-consult
> > I would rather see the 3X-small category permanently increased to
> > encompass /36.
> This is actually something that I have never understood.
> ARIN ist the only RIR that went backwards with the IPv6-policy, from
> "a member can get a /35, no questions asked" to a *smaller* size, while
> all the other RIRs went to a /32 or even bigger.
> It's not like there is a foreseeable shortage in /32s...
You can and should, at least in my opinion, get at least a /32, you may
elect to receive a /36 or even a /40, if you wish to minimizing $, instead
of maximizing your future flexibility, it is the ISP’s choice.
Note: even if you elect to get a smaller block, you can go back up to /32
any time you wish, without any further justification. Furthermore, any real
ISP, with a kind of actual footprint, can justify a /28 with a minimal
The ARIN community just doesn’t dictate a business model to ISPs, it lets
them choose the business model that works for them, despite what IPv6 know
it alls like you, me, and Owen think is best for them.
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