Waste will kill ipv6 too

Baldur Norddahl baldur.norddahl at gmail.com
Sat Dec 30 02:12:22 CST 2017

Nobody needs to worry. I promise to reserve the last /32 out of my /29
assignment. When the world has run out of addresses, I will start to sell
from my pool using the same allocation policy that was used for IPv4. I
would consider a /64 to be equal a /32 IPv4 address. This would make a /56
assignment equal to a /24 IPv4 minimum assignment.

Historically we spent about 3 decades before running out of IPv4 space. So
my scheme should be good enough for some additional decades of IPv6.

I just hope nobody else does the same. That would be bad for my business



Den 30. dec. 2017 02.11 skrev "Scott Weeks" <surfer at mauigateway.com>:

> --- jlightfoot at gmail.com wrote:
> From: John Lightfoot <jlightfoot at gmail.com>
> Excuse the top post, but this seems to be an
> argument between people who understand big
> numbers and those who don't.
> ------------------------------------
> No, not exactly.  It's also about those that
> think in current/past network terms and those
> who are saying we don't know what the future
> holds, so we should be careful.
> -----------------------------
> which means 79 octillion people...no one
> alive will be around
> -----------------------------
> Stop thinking in terms of people.  Think in
> terms of huge numbers of 'things' in the
> ocean, in the atmosphere, in space, zillions
> of 'things' on and around everyone's bodies
> and homes and myriad other 'things' we can't
> even imagine right now.
> scott

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