The Mathematical Reality of IP Addressin in IPv4...
huddle at mci.net
Wed Aug 25 20:55:47 UTC 1999
Be sure and read the end as well....
1. E. Terrell ( not published notarized, 1979 ) " The Proof of
Fermat's Last Theorem: The Revolution in Mathematical Thought "
At 11:55 AM 08/25/1999 -0700, J.D. Falk wrote:
> This looks like interesting (and operational) reading.
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> Title : The Mathematical Reality of IP Addressing in IPv4
> Questions the need for Another IP System
> of Addressing
> Author(s) : E. Terrell
> Filename : draft-terrell-math-ipaddr-ipv4-00.txt
> Pages : 22
> Date : 24-Aug-99
>This paper was necessitated by an overwhelming desire; an attempt to
>end the apparent disparity in the dissemination of information absent
>of the logical and thoroughness in rendering an explanation of the IP
>Addressing Scheme. To render a more pointed fact, I needed to pass a
>CISCO Certification Examination. However, this can never be
>accomplished, if the information that is needed and used in the
>preparation thereof, lacks continuity and propagates errors pertaining
>to foundational information. Needless to say, my endeavors were not in
>vein. That is,as a direct result of this undertaking, I corrected the
>underlining errors, derived a possible alternative approach to the
>IPv4 Addressing Scheme, and expanded its Class system ( that is no
>longer in use ). In other words, I was indeed successful in the
>elimination of the problems associated with IP Address Flooding
>inherent in IPv4 and the complexities of IPv6. In short, small
>business and single family dwellings can now have the option of
>having their own private IP Addressing Scheme, without the disparity
>resulting from the steep learning curve presented in IPv6. While the
>Internet Community at large, will not suffer a shortage of the
>availability IP Addresses for assigned distribution. Especially since,
>while the number available IP Addresses do not exceed the amount
>reported to be provided, if IPv6 is implemented. It does indeed,
>provide enough IP Addresses to cover their continued issuance for at
>least another 100 years or so. Which is dependent upon the adoption
>of an adequate scheme for its allocation and distribution.
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