[arin-ppml] V6 address allocation policy
marty at akamai.com
Mon Jan 18 10:14:56 EST 2010
On Jan 18, 2010, at 9:37 AM, Davis, Terry L wrote:
> We are fine. 6 or 7 years back we got ours.
> For small companies, start ups, or lab use, even fees of this scale
> is often a make or break. We grew our IP infrastructure out of our
> labs. It would have taken off much slower here if a few of us
> couldn't have simply emailed in to request public IPv4 class C's for
> our lab environments; it would have been hard to justify paying for
> addresses back then.
> Take care
The fee issue is a Red Herring.
Smallest V4 Allocation Fee: $1250.00 /21 or longer (2048 unique
Smallest V6 Allocation Fee: $1250.00 /48 or longer (154.7425049
Section 11 of the NRPM also defines experimental allocations for both
v4 and v6 and there is a fee schedule supporting it.
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> > Interesting. Here is the fee schedule, Terry:
> > X-small $1,250 /48 to /41
> > Small $2,250 /40 to /32
> > Medium $4,500 /31 to /30
> > Large $9,000 /29 to /27
> > X-large $18,000 /26 to /22
> > XX-large $36,000 Larger than /22
> > Which one is too expensive for your actual needs?
> > -M<
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