Re: [ripe-152bis] Updating "Charging by Local Internet Registries"
- Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2003 07:35:52 +0100 (WEST)
My 2 cents:
On Wed, 22 Oct 2003, leo vegoda wrote:
> We have some subscribers and so I'd like to re-ask the question I asked
> at RIPE 46 in order to kick off some discussion.
> This document currently states that:
> "while registries may charge for their administrative and technical
> services, they may not charge for name space or address space as such;
> no unit cost or price tag can be attached to a domain name or to an IP
> address, public or private."
> Should domain names be included in this document?
ISPs/LIRs may be able to charge for name space.
Where is the role of RIPE/NCC regarding name space?
RIPE/NCC manages any ccTLD or gTLD?
> Should AS Numbers be added?
ISPs/LIRs should be able to charge for AS Numbers, if this can have any
impact on AS Number conservation.
> Should the basic principal of only charging for administrative costs and
> technical services change?
./Carlos "Upgrade the Internet! -- Now!"
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