IPv6

  • IPv4 Space Shrinks To 5% – Final Addresses To Be Issued In Early 2011

    IPv4 Space Shrinks To 5% – Final Addresses To Be Issued In Early 2011

    The Number Resource Organization, the coordinating mechanism for the five Regional Internet Registries or RIRs, this morning announced that less than 5% of the world’s IPv4 (Internet Protocol version 4) addresses remain unallocated. The IPv4 pool first dipped below 10% in January 2010, and in the next nine months some 200 million addresses have subsequently been allocated from the… Read More