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If you point out that proposal itself, my answer will be because "100% discount of PAF for all allocations" will be simpler than "90% discount of PAF only for IPv4 infrastructure based evaluation".
If you point out the long-term NIR fee change, it is not a small amount and PAF no longer fits - for example a *single* /21 IPv6 allocation introduced us PAF of USD64K where JPNIC's total annual payment for APNIC was approx USD200K. This is a huge difference either in case PAF would be born by the LIR or by the NIR. PAF used to be modest enough to be fit. but it isn't any longer.
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| > The situation of IP address usage has been and will be | > changing and some day we will need fix. NIRs community | > thinks PAF scheme no longer fits to adjust the contribution | > from NIRs. I admit that such topics are not of policy but | > of business operations of APNIC, but SIGs are working for | > having open discussions. | | if it is such a small amount today, as you say, then why is it | needed to deal with it today? certainly a scaled charge with | a minimum is not so complex that it places an employee cost | burden on the nirs to calculate it! | | randy | | * sig-policy: APNIC SIG on resource management policy * | _______________________________________________ | sig-policy mailing list | firstname.lastname@example.org | http://mailman.apnic.net/mailman/listinfo/sig-policy |