> Nice work, Gaurab!
> APNIC members can also use MyAPNIC to calculate their fees. There is a
> new link under the Administration section called 'Annual membership
> calculator' (only shown if the user has administration/billing privileges).
> It shows the member's calculated fees based on the current resource
> holding, and allows a 'what if' resource addition/substraction to see
> how it will affect the fees.
It might be useful to have something similar on
to show prospective members what the new costs will be. In a number of
cases the difference is significant. For example, someone with:
a /22 of IPv4 and a /32 of IPv6 changes from $3169 to $1994
a /19 of IPv4 and a /32 of IPv6 changes from $3169 to $4381
At the university I work at we've gone from being a holder of an IPv4
/16 under the "Historical Allocation" provisions to being a full member
so we could get an IPv6 /32.
That saw our bill rise from $100 to $6338 this year as a Medium tier
member and rising again under the new prices to $9625 next year. It's
been hard to persuade the management that this is a good thing!
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