ipv4's last graph
aservin at lacnic.net
Tue Feb 1 10:53:48 CST 2011
We have been doing it for a few months.
We are working in a new model to forecast the available space over time and in providing the data so anybody can do their own graphs.
Also APNIC has some very useful data:
On 1 Feb 2011, at 11:18, Tony Hain wrote:
> The individual RIR graphs won't be around long enough to be worth the
> effort... ;)
> FWIW: the Jan. 2011 global burn rate (outbound from the RIRs) for
> /24-equivlents was 18.97 seconds. At the Jan. rate, APnic won't last to June
> and Ripe might make to the end of August, then chaos ensues. Is there really
> any value in trying to distribute graphs that will all be flat before the
> end of the year?
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Randy Bush [mailto:randy at psg.com]
>> Sent: Tuesday, February 01, 2011 12:02 AM
>> To: Geoff Huston
>> Cc: NANOG Operators' Group
>> Subject: ipv4's last graph
>> with the iana free pool run-out, i guess we won't be getting those nice
>> graphs any more. might we have one last one for the turnstiles? :-)/2
>> and would you mind doing the curves now for each of the five rirs?
>> gotta give us all something to repeat endlessly on lists and in presos.
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