IPv4 Exhaustion and Pricing Model Changes for IPv4 Addresses
Friday, January 18, 2013
As you are probably aware from various reports in the media, the number of available IPv4 addresses continues to drop drastically on a global level. In Europe, the pool of available addresses has already been completely allocated. We shall also not be receiving any further IPv4 addresses from the Regional Internet Registry for Europe, Reseaux IP Europeens (RIPE).
As demand for IPv4 addresses continues to remain very high, we are forced to tighten restrictions as regards both their use and allocation to clients.
For For additionally allocated IPv4 addresses and subnets, we are obliged to introduce a new pricing model for both existing and new orders.
As of 1st of March 2013, additional single IPs are to be used in addition to he Main IP will be charged at a price of 2 euros per month (per ip).
All current VPS packets will have 1 IP and all additional IPs will be charged based on the new policy.
We understand the frustration we might Cause, but we are forced to change this, due to the changes happens on the RIPE.
We also going to Introduce a new IPv6 support on every VPS and Shared hosting packet.
With this measure, we hope to receive any unsued IPs.
Should you have any further enquiries, we should be happy to be of assistance.
Thank you for your understanding,
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