drechsau at geeks.org
Sun Sep 17 11:43:17 EDT 2000
On Sun, Sep 17, 2000 at 09:32:48AM -0600, Alec H. Peterson wrote:
> Every year that an entity gets address space from ARIN they pay ARIN
> an allocation fee. That fee includes membership. So if an entity
> does not get address space in a given year, then they are not
> (automatically) a member. However they are free to pay the $500 per
> year fee to become a member.
So...that fee I pay every year for said address space does not keep me
a member during the 'year' I don't get more address space?
Membership with ARIN is open to any individual or entity and
is offered regardless of whether the entity receives address
space directly from ARIN. Subscription customers --
i.e. Internet Service Providers (ISPs) that are allocated IP
addresses from ARIN -- are extended membership at no
additional cost to their subscription fee. Organizations that
are not subscription customers are invited to join ARIN and
are charged an annual membership fee of $500.
So, the statement that Mury may not be a member would be wrong :)
By default, any ISP with direct allocation from ARIN is a member
according to what I read above.
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