[arin-discuss] Idea regarding ARIN-2013-3 from lunch table topic at ARIN 31
rcarpen at network1.net
Tue Apr 23 15:47:07 EDT 2013
Maybe you could give them a /32 no matter what, but charge them only up to whatever their IPv4 holdings are. That way, anyone with a /18 or smaller, gets a /32 for no additional cost. That should be completely revenue-nuetral compared to allowing /36, /40, etc.
If the ISP has no IPv4 holdings, then have a minimum default category for the IPv6. Since an IPv6-only ISP would not have the added allocation of IPv4, the "cost" piece would be less. For example, if you only have an IPv6 /32, you are in the x-small/$1,000 category by default. I think that would be reasonably fair.
Obviously tying the fee to IPv4 space would have to be addressed again once IPv4 usage is waning, but so will many other policies.
----- Original Message -----
> How would ARIN be able to track that?
> On 4/23/2013 1:05 PM, Chris Grundemann wrote:
> > An idea from one of the participants here at ARIN 31:
> > Can the Board/Staff use actual utilization to base fees on for IPv6?
> > I.e. Give everyone a minimum of /32 but charge them xx-s if they use
> > less than a /40 of that space (announcing the full aggregate) and
> > charge them x-s if they use less than a /36 of that space (announcing
> > the full aggregate).
> > Thoughts?
> > ~Chris
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