[arin-ppml] IPv6 Guarantee

Gary Giesen ggiesen at akn.ca
Tue Apr 27 00:38:13 EDT 2010

This is little more than a bit of fun. The reality is the vast majority of
people with IPv6 already get it for free, because it's included in the price
of their IPv4 allocations/assignments.


On 10-04-27 12:05 AM, "Randy McAnally" <rsm at fast-serv.com> wrote:

> From: William Herrin <bill at herrin.us>
>> All this rubbish about IPv6 as insurance popped an idea into my head:
>> The IPv6 guarantee:
>> 20% or it's free
>> Every January 1, ARIN will determine whether at least 20% of typical
>> residential packets on ARIN-territory Internet connections are
>> carried via IPv6, as reported by scientifically defensible studies.
>> If not, all registrants who both hold IPv6 registrations and route
>> the registered address blocks on the public Internet will receive a full
>> refund of any registration, maintenance or other ARIN fees incurred
>> in the prior year solely as a consequence of the IPv6 registration.
>> Do we -really- believe in IPv6? Lets prove it.
> I like this.
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