[arin-ppml] fee schedule
heather.skanks at gmail.com
Wed Oct 22 16:42:45 EDT 2008
To wind up paying 9k/year you'd have to get a little more than a "simple
IPv6 block for testing/deployment"
"Large" bills at 9k/year - and a large is defined as "blocks equal to or
larger than a /29, up to and including a /27"
I believe typical allocation is either a /48 or a /32
/48 is X-small -> $1,250
/32 is small -> $2,250
This is the actual fee schedule:
The link you posted is the waiver schedule - in short.. they slowly ramp you
up over the next 4 years to paying the full amount for whatever level you
Year You Pay
2008 - 10%
2009 - 25%
2010 - 50%
2011 - 75%
2012 - 100%
On Wed, Oct 22, 2008 at 3:33 PM, Jo Rhett <jrhett at svcolo.com> wrote:
> On Oct 22, 2008, at 11:35 AM, Howard, W. Lee wrote:
> > http://www.arin.net/billing/fee_schedule.html#waivers
> Howard, I'd like to point out that this page is darn near
> indecipherable by most people. It has confused every person in our
> company who tried to read it, and frankly I only learned what we would
> be paying by calling ARIN and having it explained to me.
> And it's not the math -- I'm great at math. It's the in-out-who-is-
> what-huh? nature of the document. This is a build-your-own-path story
> that someone forgot to include the junctions in.
> And I just reread it, and now I'm even more confused than I was
> originally. From what I can see, acquiring a simple IPv6 block for
> testing/deployment in our network will make us liable for $9k a year
> within 4 years. Why on god's green earth would I want to do that?
> Jo Rhett
> senior geek
> Silicon Valley Colocation
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