ARIN IP6 policy for those with legacy IP4 Space
stephen at sprunk.org
Thu Apr 8 12:25:32 CDT 2010
On 07 Apr 2010 16:17, Gary E. Miller wrote:
> On Wed, 7 Apr 2010, Owen DeLong wrote:
>> 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?
> As always, the devil is in the deetails.
> From: https://www.arin.net/fees/fee_schedule.html#waivers
The proper URL for the below quote is
> "The annual fee will be $100 USD until 2013, at which time ARIN's Board
> of Trustees may choose to raise the fee."
Note that the LRSA specifies that the fee increase cannot be more than
> Then scroll down to the fees you can expect in 2013. Especially note
> how the small guys get hit much harder per IP.
This is the section at
That section applies only to _allocations_, which are what ISPs get.
The maintenance fee for _assignments_, which is what end users orgs get,
has always been $100/yr. No waiver is necessary, and AFAIK the BoT has
made never made any noises about increasing the assignment maintenance fee.
And, really, even if the fee for your /48 (X-small category) assignment
maintenance fee went up to $1250/yr to match the current allocation
maintenance fee table, would that really be "significant" in the grand
scheme of things?
Stephen Sprunk "God does not play dice." --Albert Einstein
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