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RE: IP address fee??
- From: Daniel Golding
- Date: Thu Sep 05 13:44:41 2002
best practice is to follow the ARIN guidelines. This will make it much easier
for you to get your next block of address space. That means:
start - issue folks what they can justify, not a /24.
Issue more space upon request, provided that justification is
Multihomed customers require no justification for a /24
not issue more than a /21 to a customer. At that point, they can do directly to
Charging is up to you - you are really just charging for your own
services in administering the address space, and perhaps passing through the
cost from ARIN. Most folks do not charge for IP space, and it's never
something I've been personally comfortable with.
does there exist a practice of charging customer for IP address blocks
used? My theory is that the first Class C is included with the service,
but I'm wondering what happens when the customer wants 2,3,4 or