Initial ARIN IPv4 membership and resource request
owen at delong.com
Wed Feb 6 23:40:28 UTC 2019
ARIN won’t issue a /22 of IPv6. You can get a /20 or a /24 if you meet the qualifications, but a /22 isn’t on a nibble boundary and ARIN stopped issuing non-nibble-aligned blocks several years ago.
Sure, if you get a /20, you can announce it as /22s.
To put the qualifications in perspective, you’d have to be pretty massive to get to the /20 stage.
I”ve done address work for three relatively large organizations that qualified for /24s (one each). While I can easily imagine some organizations (mostly very large oligopolous eye-ball ISPs) needing larger than /20 even, especially if they respected their customers with /48s as they should, there are very few networks that large.
> On Feb 6, 2019, at 13:24 , Bryan Holloway <bryan at shout.net> wrote:
> A v6 /22 would be a neat announcement ...
> On 2/6/19 3:19 PM, Bill Woodcock wrote:
>> No _v4_ resources to speak of, but it’s a little late in the day to be worrying about that anyway.
>> On Feb 6, 2019, at 13:05, TJ Trout <tj at pcguys.us <mailto:tj at pcguys.us>> wrote:
>>> You do realize that there aren't any resources available to request right?
>>> On Wed, Feb 6, 2019 at 12:54 PM Nathanael Catangay Cariaga <ncariaga at gmail.com <mailto:ncariaga at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>> Dear NANOG, does someone here have a breakdown of the initial ARIN
>>> fees / cost assuming I'll be requesting an initial block of /22
>>> IPv4 resource?
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