is a practice on that (At least here.). Generally we provide a Class C to our
customers at no additional charge, but we have been charging recently for the
use of additional blocks. After all, we have to pay those charges to ARIN, and
we do need to defer those costs down to the customer if they are going to use a
chunk of the address space. At some point we’ll need to get more, and
that only increases are costs. Gone are the days when the carrier’s eat
all the side costs.
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Owens,
Sent: Thursday, September 05, 2002
Subject: IP address fee??
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 or more?