[ppml] Legacy /24s (fwd)
cliffb at cjbsys.bdb.com
Mon Sep 3 13:09:47 EDT 2007
I forgot to CC PPML for this
> > Nobody really cares about the $100/yr. Proposals to waive that
> > have been targeted at providing what little incentive we can towards
> > other behaviors for the common good.
> Yet the original posters in this thread brought it up as a complaint.
I don't know if I was one of the original posters but I think I mentioned the
fee as one more thing that takes away from enthusiasm to go to ipv6. No
legacy user who is paying for a /24 connection has any right to complain about
the $100.00. I assume most are far more concerned about having the /24
reclaimed or in some way restricted if they sign an RSA and become an
"official" part of ARIN. I think many believe that since ARIN has taken no
action to bring them into the fold for 10 years, they are "common law"
grandfathered into the internet and any actions they take to acknowledge ARIN
oversight would jeopardize that. I tend to be suspicious of anybody who says
"We're from the government/ARIN/... and we're here to help you". :-) Put
another way, "Just because I'm paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get
me" Policy Proposal 2007-15 to stop allowing changes to our resource records
to force us to join ARIN does not give me a warm and fuzzy feeling about
ARIN's intentions. Paranoid? maybe but see above. :-)
> Bill Herrin
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