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RE: IP address fee??
- From: Jacob M Wilkens
- Date: Thu Sep 05 17:24:04 2002
It's my employers policy that a T1 customer recieve a /29 (up to a /28 if they
can legitimize it based on the ARIN policy). A T3/DS3 customer is granted a
/24 by default.
I'm not exactly sure what the purchase price is for additional space, but I do
know that whatever space they request must still adhere the ARIN usage and
guidelines. (goes for DSL, Dial, etc requests as well)
>On Thu, 5 Sep 2002, Owens, Shane (EPIK.ORL) wrote:
>> Quick question, 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
>I think an important question would be what level of service are they
>buying. Including 255 address with a T3 would be very reasonable, less so
>with a T1, not very reasonable with DSL, and ridiculous with a dial-up
>There is generally a charge for additional IPs with DSL (or co-location)
>services because it is so cheap. You don't usually find this with T1 and
>above. But everyone's pricing is different.