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In the past few minutes, ARIN – the non-profit that oversees the allocation of IP addresses in North America – confirmed the available pool of the 32-bit network addresses is totally depleted. Last night, the team estimated there were just 1,024 IPv4 addresses left in its pool – dregs, in other words. Now that's all gone.

"The exhaustion of the free IPv4 pool was inevitable given the internet’s exponential growth,” ARIN boss John Curran said today.

source - theregister.co.uk

and i just learned ipv4 subnetting these last few months. guess its time to start learning ipv6 and starting over... again wheee.gif
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one day the internet will be like space, full of space junk and limiting our abilities
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I hate IPv6 formatting with a passion, can't we just add two more octets to IPv4, it solves the lack of IP addresses and makes it not a nightmare to use. Example below...

IPv4 Example Address: 10.0.0.1
IPv6 Example Address: FE80:0000:0000:0000:0202:B3FF:FE1E:8329
Proposed Solution Example: 10.0.0.0.0.1
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Originally Posted by DEW21689 View Post

I hate IPv6 formatting with a passion, can't we just add two more octets to IPv4, it solves the lack of IP addresses and makes it not a nightmare to use. Example below...

IPv4 Example Address: 10.0.0.1
IPv6 Example Address: FE80:0000:0000:0000:0202:B3FF:FE1E:8329
Proposed Solution Example: 10.0.0.0.0.1

999:999:999:999:999 would work too.biggrin.gif
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"Long live the creator, IPV4" she will be hailed as monumental in history of communications. :drunken:Also known for distributing the most pron to the masses. 

 

And thus the push for IPV6 which the government has had a huge push to get all secure communications on back in 2007 approximately or slightly earlier.

 

Make no mistake all of the usual "Agencies" had their hand in the final spec of IPV6 for secure networking. However they did have a concern with "Firewall Vendors" and how to bring them inline with their wishes.

 

Quote: GCN.com article from 2007 Source
 'Network protection devices are a bit tricky to specify because there is a fair amount of variance in how these devices function,' said NIST's Montgomery. 'We had to find a way to specify that [they] provide the same level of capabilities agencies have come to know and expect with v4.' 

IE Backdoors lol.

 

I'm all for a newer Internet backbone of sorts. The current system is a diseased mutt. IPV6 will change things however it's adoption has been slow up to this point. I don't however expect other countries that do not trust our "US Agencies" to once again blindly follow along with IPV6, so expect some turbulence in International standards down the road. That's my own opinion of course. 

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and i just learned ipv4 subnetting these last few months. guess its time to start learning ipv6 and starting over... again wheee.gif

Bah, same concepts, larger address pool wink.gif
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Originally Posted by DEW21689 View Post

I hate IPv6 formatting with a passion, can't we just add two more octets to IPv4, it solves the lack of IP addresses and makes it not a nightmare to use. Example below...

IPv4 Example Address: 10.0.0.1
IPv6 Example Address: FE80:0000:0000:0000:0202:B3FF:FE1E:8329
Proposed Solution Example: 10.0.0.0.0.1

Imagine in 5 years, they invent something to replace Internet tongue.gif And ipv6 addresses were only up to %1 barely tongue.gif Oh well biggrin.gif
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post #9 of 26
I fully expect the government and corporations to start seizing IPV4 addresses from others.
post #10 of 26
Im not very informed...but can't they purge the probably millions of addresses wich aren't being used?
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