Ipv4 end, its fake.

Timothy Morizot tmorizot at gmail.com
Mon Mar 24 13:02:55 UTC 2014

On Mon, Mar 24, 2014 at 6:56 AM, Saku Ytti <saku at ytti.fi> wrote:

> On (2014-03-24 07:46 -0400), Brandon Ross wrote:
Maybe he does not suspect enough clueless people exist to pay that premium?
> Starting LIR + company, costs about 4000EUR, this gives you /22 for LIR,
> putting IPv4 address price at <4EUR.
> You can do this as many times you want right now, and migrate the LIRs
> together to avoid subsequent YRC.
Perhaps that's a way to game the last /8 policy in the RIPE region. I don't
know enough about it to say one way or another. (And even then it seems
like you can only do that for a limited period of time.) But ARIN doesn't
have a last /8 policy. When we're out, we're out. Just a small bit in
reserve for critical infrastructure. None for ISP startups or end users. If
you need IPv4 at that point, best see if you can find some on the market.


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