I was implying that ISPs would be unwilling to or would charge a lot extra for more than 1 v4 IP.
In the case of the new Compass unlimited DSL plans, they don't even give you one (1) public v4! (And I somehow doubt that compass are even doing ipv6 to dsl customers, which makes it even worse!)
Can you confirm that again - Compass natting people on their unlimited plans?
I nat everyone but am about to start offering a v4 address for my customers who game and need to port forward but on a per-request method only.
Have been debating the need to charge for it at $5 per month because it just cost $7,000 to get 1024 addresses from apnic - and thats my limit. They wont give me any more. Then its going to cost ~$2,000 a year to keep them.
IPv4 addresses are not going to be cheap for long.
"Applications or services that require a real world IP address will not be supported on Compass unlimited data plans."
They also say you can't get a static on that plan. I've asked someone from compass over at gpforums a few times and gotten brushed off, so i'm just going to assume that this is the case.