[afripv6-discuss] What are the benefits of IPv6 over IPv4
JORDI PALET MARTINEZ
jordi.palet at consulintel.es
Sat Jun 2 23:01:43 SAST 2012
Domains are different than IPs.
You can invent as many domains as you wish, not IPs.
De: Kivuva <Kivuva at transworldafrica.com>
Responder a: IPv6 in Africa <afripv6-discuss at afrinic.net>
Fecha: sábado 2 de junio de 2012 19:26
CC: IPv6 in Africa <afripv6-discuss at afrinic.net>
Asunto: Re: [afripv6-discuss] What are the benefits of IPv6 over IPv4
>Thank you Noah, Jordi, and SM.
>@SM, ICANN charges like $.30 for gTLDs, while the registry charges around
>@Noah, the customer is ignorant. He doesn't know what to pay for and
>what not to.
>With the argument you guys are fronting, then it does not make sense
>to sell domains. Domains, IPs, and AS all fall under the same
>category. Especially domains which are virtually infinite. But some of
>us have mad a fortune selling them.
>And this is how America bacame a super power, by amassing wealth
>selling nothing to humanity. I woun't be surprised to find out they
>sell Transport layer port numbers.
>On 02/06/2012, maina.noah at ipv6.or.tz <maina.noah at ipv6.or.tz> wrote:
>>> Hi Kivuva,
>>> At 06:23 02-06-2012, Kivuva wrote:
>>>>If LIR incur costs to get allocated resources by RIR, why cant they
>>>>somehow try to recover their expenses by selling the resources?
>>> There isn't any prohibition on LIRs charging for the resources.
>>> Let's assume that the RIR is charging EUR 0.30 per IPv4
>>> address. Some LIRs charge up to EUR 60 per IPv4 address. Is that
>>> too much to charge to recover expenses?
>> If i was a customer i would refuse and tell the LIR to go away with its
>> As a customer i am interested in the end product which is the service.
>> charge me for say bandwidth, dns, web, email etc but dont charge me for
>> the mechanism by which this resources are delivered to me, so to speak,
>> the IP addresses that enable the service delivery.
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