Daryl G. Jurbala
daryl at introspect.net
Mon Oct 26 16:32:04 EDT 2009
Thank you for clarifying, whoever I spoke with at ARIN a year ago
didn't seem to understand the policy any better than I did.
So, you can take ARIN fees off of my list. The rest still stands.
On Oct 26, 2009, at 4:25 PM, Richard Jimmerson wrote:
> Hello Daryl,
> On 10/26/09 3:57 PM, "Daryl G. Jurbala" <daryl at introspect.net> wrote:
>> I'll take IPv6 space. AS16734. For free, or as a condition of my
>> continued IPv4 space.
>> When I inquired about this when I registered for the AS, I was told
>> that that program had ended.
>> Has this policy again changed and ARIN is now allocating IPv6 space
>> without charging?
> The ARIN Board of Trustees had waived all fees for IPv6 registration
> many years. Fees are still waived by a certain percentage according
> to the
> schedule available at this link. IPv6 fee waiver information is
> available at
> the bottom of the page.
> Organizations who currently pay a subscription fee to ARIN for IPv4
> space will not pay an additional fee for their IPv6 registration.
> Warm regards,
> Richard Jimmerson
> Chief Information Officer
> American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)
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