[arin-discuss] Status of realigning the IPv6 fee structure?

Randy Carpenter rcarpen at network1.net
Wed Mar 14 14:17:09 EDT 2012

Everyone can still get a /32 if desired. The /36 is offered only as an option. Since the cost is currently the same, it is a bit of a useless option.


----- Original Message -----
> This is a good discussion.  We are currently utilizing our /32 IPv6
> space.  If we are forced to go to a smaller allocation at this point
> we would be forced to renumber, and it would cause issues for us and
> for our customers.  And I totally concur that an increase in IPv6
> fees at this early stage of IPv6 adoption will be counter
> productive.
> I suggest that if XS or smaller allocations are introduced, that
> existing allocations be grandfathered without a price change.  There
> is enough IPv6 space that this should not be a problem.
> Best regards
> Mike
> A. Michael Salim
> VP and Chief Technology Officer,
> American Data Technology, Inc.
> PO Box 12892
> Research Triangle Park, NC 27709, USA
> P: (919)544-4101 x101
> F: (919)544-5345
> E: msalim at localweb.com
> W: http://www.localweb.com

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