[arin-ppml] Accusation of fundamental conflict of interest/IP address policy pitched directly to ICANN
brandon at dodecatec.com
Tue May 3 17:37:54 EDT 2011
>>You think that the DNS registry system that is in place today is a
>>standard to which ARIN should aspire?
>I remember paying $100 for domain names from Network Solutions that I can get instantly now for $6.
We need to be careful how far we take this line of thought, though.
DNS != IP space for a very critical reason: IP space is finite. DNS is effectively infinite.
I don't think comparing NetSol or any DNS registry to ARIN is a remotely fair comparison based solely on this fact.
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