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April 21, 2010  6:08 PM

Available IPv4 addresses continue free fall; now what about IPv6?

Posted by: KateGerwig
IPv4, IPv6

Holy IPv6! The RIRs sent their Q1 data to the NRO, and the results show a lower IANA free pool of IPv4 addresses than expected, especially since APNIC (you know, the Asia-Pacific RIR) allocated almost 24 million IPv4 addresses – an historic high. Oh, and for only the second time ever,...

January 26, 2010  4:29 PM

Last warning: Move to IPv6 now and no one gets hurt

Posted by: KateGerwig
Internet numbering, IP addresses, IPv4, IPv6

Attention please. An announcement by the Number Resource Organization is causing a flap around the Internet. The news flash? Less than 10% of IPv4 addresses remain unallocated, which means the...

May 6, 2009  6:49 PM

Is IPv6 a sure thing? Not if the Pouzin Society has anything to say about it

Posted by: WPeterson
Futurenet, Internet, IPv4, IPv6, Pouzin Society

Can the Pouzin Society save the Internet in time?The Internet architecture is fundamentally broken, and IPv6 solves almost nothing. It only delays the...


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