Category Archives: IPv4 Depletion

ARIN moves to Phase 4 – down to last /8 of IPv4 address space

Huge news today – ARIN is now in Phase 4 and down to their last /8 of IPv4 address space. You can find more details at their website. It is time to adopt IPv6. If you want to learn more, … Continue reading Continue reading

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TechEd in Australia denied temporary IPv4 allocation from APNIC

There is a great write up on the recent denial of temporary IPv4 allocation to the folks who run Microsoft TechEd in Australia. (Ed. note – check the date Regardless, it shows now how important it is for folks to … Continue reading Continue reading

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It’s the End of IPv4 as We have known it

Today, the free pool of IPv4 addresses unallocated by the IANA is starting to come to an end. The remaining /8s are 102/8, 103/8, 104/8, 179/8 and 185/8. Each of the RIRs will now get one of these as their final allocation from IANA. There will be an announcement about this situation on February 3rd. […] Continue reading

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