Doug McIntyre wrote:
> Jared Brown wrote:
> > When your ISP starts charging $X/Month for legacy protocol support
> Out of interest, how would this come about?
It already happens, more along the lines of "Business Class" vs. "Residential Class".
Ie. for Residential Class, you may get put onto CGNAT, and have no control over that.
While on x level of Business Class, you get to opt out of CGNAT, and potentially even have a
static IP address assigned to your connection.
I find this example to be somewhat contrived. Both classes have access to IPv4 and thus there is no surcharge for "legacy protocol support".
Furthermore these are not operator services nor are the prices for these services tightly coupled to actual production costs.