IPv4 Address Space: 2.46 Billion Down, 1.25 Billion to Go
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In September 2005, The Internet Protocol Journal published an article about the IPv4 address space consumption. At that time,projections done by Geoff Huston and Tony Hain varied widely,because the number of /8 address blocks in use had gone up sharply in early 2005. So what has happened since then, and what can we expect for the not-too-distant future?
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