ARIN IP6 policy for those with legacy IP4 Space

Antonio Querubin tony at
Wed Apr 7 23:28:02 CDT 2010

On Wed, 7 Apr 2010, Kevin Stange wrote:

> How much IPv6 address space were they expecting?  I have trouble
> envisioning any operation that could require more than a /32 immediately
> that can't afford to pay $4500 per YEAR.

Amount of address space wasn't the problem.  The application was actually 
approved by ARIN.  However, fighting for a line in the budget for the 
unexpected fee(s) and the prospect of having to push the RSA through state 
government lawyers was enough to dissuade them that IPv6 just wasn't 
important enough at this time.

Antonio Querubin
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