[arin-ppml] ULA-C and reverse DNS
mcr at sandelman.ca
Tue Apr 6 12:40:13 EDT 2010
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>>>>> "Kevin" == Kevin Kargel <kkargel at polartel.com> writes:
>> Respectfully suggest you figure out how to make registered ULA
>> work in the $20-$50 range and _then_ think about how to make GUA
>> more like it. GUA costs $1250, based more or less on the costs
>> of running a registry according to the policies we've created for
>> GUA. ULA isn't workable at $1250 a pop and while you guys talk
>> fantasies of shaving two orders of magnitude off GUA's registry
>> cost the ULA need continues to go unserved.
Kevin> Hmmm.. what makes ULA cheaper to administer than GUA from an
Kevin> RIR perspective? One or the other is an artificial economy.
There is a needs test associated with GUA, and some human involvement in
determining if you've asked for the correct size, and the preservation
of the /44 (or whatever the bigger amount is), etc.
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