ARIN IP6 policy for those with legacy IP4 Space
N. Yaakov Ziskind
awacs at ziskind.us
Wed Apr 7 18:40:30 CDT 2010
I don't think the issue is *money* (at least the big issue; money is
*always* an issue), but rather the all-of-sudden jump from being
unregulated to regulated, whatever that means. I would think multiple
times before making that jump. Hence my suggestion to set up a separate
organization to request IPv6 space, and thus not 'endanger' whatever I
Owen DeLong wrote (on Wed, Apr 07, 2010 at 02:06:54PM -0700):
> If you are an end-user type organization, the fee is only $100/year
> for all your resources, IPv4 and IPv6 included. Is that really what
> you would call significant?
> On Apr 7, 2010, at 1:59 PM, John Palmer (NANOG Acct) wrote:
> > Yah, thats what we are thinking here. We'll probably stick with IP4 only.
> > Sounds like ARIN has set a trap, so that virtually any contact with them
> > will result in the ceding of legacy rights.
> > We'll be sure to avoid any such contact.
> > Thanks everyone for the info.
> > John
> > ----- Original Message ----- From: "Joe Greco" <jgreco at ns.sol.net>
> > To: "Owen DeLong" <owen at delong.com>
> > Cc: "NANOG list" <nanog at nanog.org>
> > Sent: Wednesday, April 07, 2010 3:31 PM
> > Subject: Re: ARIN IP6 policy for those with legacy IP4 Space
> >> It's not the initial assignment fee that's really an impediment, it's
> >> moving from a model where the address space is free (or nearly so) to
> >> a model where you're paying a significant annual fee for the space.
> >> We'd be doing IPv6 here if not for the annual fee. As it stands, there
> >> isn't that much reason to do IPv6, and a significant disincentive in the
> >> form of the fees.
> >> ... JG
> >> --
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