Where to buy Internet IP addresses
charles at thewybles.com
Tue May 5 12:28:25 CDT 2009
> ([*] according to the wiki, firewire and zigbee are the only things
> using EUI-64. I don't know of anyone using firewire as a network
> backbone. (obviously, not that you care.) Zigbee is relatively new and
> similar to bluetooth; will people use them as a NIC or connect little
> zigbee gadgets to the internet -- well, there are coffee makers, vending
> machines, and christmas lights on the internet, so as a novelty,
> certainly. How many bluetooth devices are running IP over bluetooth?
> That said, I could see PAN meshes (personal area networks) eating a huge
> number of addresses, but /64???)
Utility companies utilize Zigbee pretty extensively. So that's millions
and millions of addresses right there.
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