ARIN's New E-commerce System

Mark Persiko persiko at
Wed Nov 10 16:55:12 UTC 1999

As long as we are talking about ASN registrations, I have a 
question.  How many ISP's currently use a Routing Registry to
configure their routers to accept network annoucements from 
only the AS's in the registry?


- Mark C. Persiko               Network Analyst/Systems Programmer -
- Email:  persiko at    Boulder Valley School District -

-----Original Message-----
From: Kim Hubbard [mailto:kimh at]
Sent: Tuesday, November 09, 1999 3:00 PM
To: jim at
Cc: memsvcs at; nanog at
Subject: Re: ARIN's New E-commerce System

> On Tue, Nov 09, 1999 at 03:52:20PM -0500, Member Services wrote:
> > ARIN is now offering its customers the option of submitting payment
> > for the registration of Autonomous System Numbers (ASNs) by credit
> > card. If your organization submits a request to ARIN and is approved
> > to receive an ASN, you can select to either: 1) receive an invoice and
> > pay by check, or 2) make your remittance on-line by providing your
> > credit account number.
> is this in addition to the fees being levied per ASN by Merit?

Merit isn't levying a per ASN fee, they are charging a per maintainer fee
for their routing registry.  ARIN's fees aren't changing, we're just
additional payment options for ASNs.

Kim Hubbard

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