No more IP for you
Luis Motta Campos
luismottacampos at yahoo.co.uk
Wed Jan 20 10:41:44 GMT 2010
Mark Overmeer wrote:
> * Luis Motta Campos (luismottacampos at yahoo.co.uk) [100120 10:14]:
>>>> Now, the IP Allocation Market will start warming up... if you're sitting
>>>> on some IP addresses for several years now, I see big business
>>>> opportunities for you ahead.
> Yes, become a trade represenatative for Chinese built big IPv6 routers.
>>> So, there's still nearly half a billion addresses unallocated?
>>> Do I /really/ need to worry /just/ yet?
> It's like 90% disk-full: the more you get above it, the more degradation
> you get.
> 592 days until Central Registry IPv4 address exhaustion
> (but I think earlier, because there will be a rush in the last months)
The RIRs are working hard together (for the first time in many years, I
guess) to prevent the last-IP rush. If they will succeed or not, that's
to be seen.
Luis Motta Campos is a software engineer,
Perl Programmer, foodie and photographer.
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