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Archive for February, 2011

Final 5 distributed


Posted by ipv4depletion  |  35 Comments »

The 5 final IPv4 blocks have now been distributed to the RIRs according to the global policy

102/8 AfriNIC
103/8 APNIC
104/8 ARIN
179/8 LACNIC
185/8 RIPE

There are in other words no UNALLOCATED space left in the IANA pool

This is it!


Posted by ipv4depletion  |  9 Comments »

Today IANA, announced that APNIC allocated 2 x /8. There are only 5 x /8 left in the IANA pool, however these 5 blocks will soon distributed evenly to each of the Regional Registrars. This is it; there are no additional IPv4 addresses in the global IPv4 pool! Now is the time to start implementing IPv6 if you haven’t done so already. We probably have about 6 months before IPv6 only clients will start showing up in Asia/Pacific.

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