Todd Underwood was a little late

Michael Dillon wavetossed at googlemail.com
Mon Jun 21 12:17:33 CDT 2010


> P.S. At this point, the IPv6 transition has failed, unlike the Y2K
> transition, and
> some level of crisis is unavoidable. In desperate times, people take desparate
> measures, and "adopting" IP address ranges that are not used by others in
> your locality seems a reasonable thing to do when economic survival is at
> stake.
>
> P.P.S. I saw a report that someone, somewhere, had analysed some data
> which indicates that IP address allocation rates are increasing and there is
> a real possibility that we will runout by the end of this year, 2010.
> Does anyone
> know where I can find the actual analysis that led to this report?

This is where the claim of runout in December 2010 comes from.
<http://news.techworld.com/networking/3227420/last-ipv4-addresses-could-run-out-by-december/>

--Michael Dillon




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