[ppml] clarification of IPv4 and IPv6 fees
sleibrand at internap.com
Fri Aug 3 13:53:20 EDT 2007
Can you provide us an update on this? As the topic has come up again on
PPML, it would be great to see a final decision along the lines you
described (that when temporary waivers for IPv6 have expired, that
subscriber members will pay the greater of their IPv4 or IPv6 fees, not
both), and to get http://www.arin.net/billing/fee_schedule.html updated
On 05/23/07 at 10:30am -0400, Howard, W. Lee <Lee.Howard at stanleyassociates....:
> I said at the April 2007 Members Meeting that I owed the
> community a clarification of what IPv6 fees would look like
> when the current waivers expire. I have checked with the
> Finance Committee, but not the full Board. It is our common
> understanding that beginning January 1, 2008, when temporary
> waivers for IPv6 have expired, that subscriber members will
> pay the greater of their IPv4 or IPv6 fees, not both.
> That is to say that ISPs will pay for either their IPv4
> renewal or their IPv6 renewal, whichever dollar amount is
> End user organizations who pay a $100 consolidated annual
> maintenance fee will pay the same annual maintenance.
> We have also received a number of excellent suggestions for
> other ways to structure fees. We are collecting data to
> see how each model would affect ARIN's long term ability to
> continue providing services, and will be discussing them in
> the coming months.
> I hope that is clearer, and I will be working with the ARIN
> staff on language for the web site that reflects the intent.
> Your Treasurer,
> Lee Howard
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