[arin-discuss] Status of realigning the IPv6 fee structure?
joseph at media-hosts.com
Tue Mar 13 21:55:53 EDT 2012
We are also in complete agreement with this and would like ARIN to accommodate an extra small fee schedule for holders of IPv6 initial allocations.
On 2012-03-13, at 8:13 PM, Robert E. Seastrom wrote:
> John Curran <jcurran at arin.net> writes:
>> Randy -
>> Excellent question. We're in the process of coming up with
>> a revised fee schedule for both IPv4 and IPv6 registration
>> services, and in light of this the ARIN Board approved in
>> December 2011 maintaining the current IPv6 fees (rather than
>> allowing the fees to increase as the temporary IPv6 fee waiver
>> Our current timeline should have new fees schedule which takes
>> this into consideration before the 2012 Fall Public Policy
>> Meeting in Dallas.
> By the way, I'd like to draw your attention to the fact that that
> currently an ISP which has an allocation of a /22 of IPv4 space
> (extra-small) that gets the default-smallest-ISP-allocation of IPv6
> address space (a /32) suddenly becomes "small" - which results in
> their yearly ARIN fees doubling. $1250/year may not sound like a lot,
> but when you're an organization of that size every penny is watched
> carefully and it can be a tough sell to management, who may not see
> the cost/benefit proposition.
> It would be Extra Nice if the new fee schedule addressed the Extra
> Small problem.
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