[ppml] Re: Why should ARIN have to be dictated first by ICANN?
mury at goldengate.net
Fri Oct 4 08:53:40 EDT 2002
Do you actually read people's messages and try to give a relevant
response, or do you have a fortune type program running that just replies
back with a snipet from your vault of information?
On Fri, 4 Oct 2002, Jim Fleming wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Mury" <mury at goldengate.net>
> > > While it may be a good idea to contact holders of large amounts of legacy
> > > IPv4 addresses in the Class A and Class B ranges to see if they will
> > > voluntarily return the space to IANA, this type of thing should not
> > > concern ARIN at this time. This is the sort of activity that should be
> > > coordinated globally and it should be done with the blessing of IANA and
> > > ICANN if it is done at all.
> > Hasn't IANA and ICANN basically given ARIN the task of managing IP space?
> > Perhaps I have missed something. Of course it should have IANA's and
> > ICANN's blessing. Why should ARIN have to be dictated first by ICANN?
> Why is this so difficult to understand ?
> ISPs sell (lease) a "virtual product" called an IP address for $10 to $15 per month.
> ARIN should get one month's revenue on an annual basis.
> ICANN should get one month's revenue on an annual basis.
> A /8 is 16,777,216 such products. At an average of $12.50 per month, that is
> $209,715,200 from the ISP to ARIN each year.
> ARIN can then pay ICANN $1,7476,267 each year for EACH /8.
> How many /8s does ARIN have ? Did ARIN get those in a "land grab" ?
> 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
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