ARIN Extends Waiver of IPv6 Fees to All General Members in Good Standing
Posted: Thu, 09 Dec 2004
At its November 9, 2004, meeting, the ARIN Board of Trustees voted to extend the current waiver of IPv6 fees to all General Members in good standing for the period of January 1, 2005 until December 31, 2006.
This waiver is not extended to any outstanding IPv6-related fees that were regularly invoiced in 2004.
Subscriber members (entities that currently pay for direct allocations) and non-subscriber members (entities that pay the annual $500 membership fee) who are in good standing will now have fees waived for two years.
Members requesting IPv6 address space must meet all of the qualifications specified in the current IPv6 policy.
For more information on membership status and opportunities, see:
A new IPv6 fee schedule was adopted by the Board of Trustees at its October 20th meeting and will be effective January 1, 2005:
|Category||Fee (US Dollars)||Assignment Size|
|Medium||$4,500||/30 - /31|
|Large||$9,000||/27 - /29|
|X-large||$18,000||/22 - /26|
|XX-Large||$36,000||/21 or greater|
Complete Board meeting minutes are available at:
November 9 Meeting: http://www.arin.net/library/minutes/bot/bot2004_1109.html
October 20 Meeting: http://www.arin.net/library/minutes/bot/bot2004_1020.html
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