Allocation of IP Addresses
Perry E. Metzger
perry at piermont.com
Thu Mar 14 17:45:01 UTC 1996
Paul Ferguson writes:
> Perry, this is a ridiculous comparison. One could also argue that you
> can grow more food,
Can you grow an infinite amount of additional food?
Can you buy more gold than there is on the planet?
Can you make more land than we have?
Can you, as someone unaffiliated with a company, "make" more shares of
I could also argue that you can use NAT boxes to "make" more IP
In any case, so what? Economic allocation of resources is, if
anything, more important when there is significant scarcity.
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