[ppml] RE: ARIN's Focus
Jeff.Urmann at HFA-MN.ORG
Thu Oct 3 12:09:21 EDT 2002
Although I would grant volume pricing, and a break on some of the reserved
space, I like this policy. I heard from several on this list say that it
should be expected that ISPs itemize their bills any way they wish. The
same should be true for ARIN. How is it fair that some pay and others do
not? Especially when the ones that do not pay, hold the most space. Some
of that space not even used. Am I way off base here?
I really do not want to join or start any conspiracy theories, but this is
beginning to look like the working class is paying all the taxes while the
rich get fatter.
From: Jim Fleming [mailto:JimFleming at ameritech.net]
Sent: Thursday, October 03, 2002 10:51 AM
To: Jeff Urmann; 'Bill Darte'
Cc: ppml at arin.net
Subject: ARIN's Focus
RE: Encouraging return of legacy space WAS Re: [ppml] ARIN Policy Proposal
2002-9----- Original Message -----
From: Jeff Urmann
ARIN has no control over the deployment of any IPvN. ARIN must assume
that IPv4 is here for the foreseeable future. ARIN`s policies must
not rely on any replacement to the current IPv4. All my opinion of
ARIN just needs to focus on paying ICANN the fair-market-value RENT each
year for each of these /8s.
063/8 ARIN Apr 97
064/8 ARIN Jul 99
065/8 ARIN Jul 00
066/8 ARIN Jul 00
067/8 ARIN May 01
068/8 ARIN Jun 01
069/8 ARIN Aug 02
199/8 ARIN - North America May 93
200/8 ARIN - Central and South America May 93
204/8 ARIN - North America Mar 94
205/8 ARIN - North America Mar 94
206/8 ARIN - North America Apr 95
207/8 ARIN - North America Nov 95
208/8 ARIN - North America Apr 96
209/8 ARIN - North America Jun 96
216/8 ARIN - North America Apr 98
At $168 million dollars (each) per year, that is a lot to focus on...
2002:[IPv4]:000X:03DB:...IPv8 is closer than you think...IPv16 is even
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