[arin-ppml] IPv6 /32 minimum for extra-small ISP
matthew at matthew.at
Mon Apr 26 20:19:27 EDT 2010
Owen DeLong wrote:
> OK... Here's the actual information...
> If you are currently an IPv4 x-small ISP subscriber, you are already paying $1,250/year.
> As such, your incremental cost when you obtain a /32 for IPv6 would be an additional $1,000/year.
> If you are a brand new IPv6-only ISP, your annual cost would be $2,250/year.
> So, the $2,250 number is sort of correct, but, ignores that you are already paying
> most of that. I think the $1,250 figure is a math error vs. $2,250 - $1,250 = $1,000.
> Hope that clears things up.
And if I'm currently an IPv4 x-small ISP using legacy pre-ARIN IPv4
space, it is also $2250/year more than I pay now. Plus maybe having to
sign the legacy RSA, if I'm not careful to keep my IPv4 and IPv6
entities sufficiently separate.
Correct me if I'm wrong.
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