[AusNOG] Fwd: 2010 APNIC Fee Schedule - Call for comments

Trent Lloyd lathiat at bur.st
Mon Apr 6 12:05:15 EST 2009


On 06/04/2009, at 9:41 AM, David Hughes wrote:

> And for those people out there who have a historical allocation and
> are not APNIC members?  (must be a stack of those).

My understanding of the email from James was that this included  
historical allocations, which now attract a $1350/year minimum fee?

Reading through this document it seems to be like it's basically a fee  
hike all over the place, in reasonably large proportions.  I hope no  
one is a non-member. :)

Can anyone clarify if IPv6 fees are now separate? With the membership  
tiers they are sortof "joined" which made alot of sense to me, if you  
had a /21 you could hold a /32 of IPv6.  I can see that being a  
migration barrier for smaller businesses and hosts? Having to pay  
thousands more for IPv6 space would make people more hesitant to  
experiment IMHO.

Some-one please tell me I've completely missed the mark? :)


> David
> ...
> On 06/04/2009, at 11:37 AM, James Spenceley wrote:
>> Hi MMC,
>> " 1.1 IPv4 Fees
>> In the case of IPv4 address holdings the annual membership fee is
>> calculated according to the member’s total IPv4
>> address holdings, including historical and APNIC-allocated address
>> space, as follows: "
>> So yes it does now include historical allocation (provided they are
>> administered by APNIC and not another RIR).
>> Cheers,
>> --
>> James
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