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[apnic-talk] Re: [ga] Early Warning: CAIDA Analysis of IPv4 consumption

Subject: [apnic-talk] Re: [ga] Early Warning: CAIDA Analysis of IPv4 consumption rates
From: Jeff Williams
Date: Sat, 08 Apr 2006 23:33:55 -0700
Danny and all former DNSO GA members or other interested stakeholders/users,

Who's we, Danny?  Got a mouse in your pocket or maybe a
IANA staff member?  No, I rather doubt you do.  Rather
ICANN and the IANA along with it's IP registries have been
less than responsibly good stewards of IPv4 address space..
Is such a surprise?  No, not really...


Danny Younger wrote:

> Hi Jefsey,
>
> My interest is in knowing (1) what global policies are
> in place that deal with IPv4 reclamation; (2) what
> impact IPv4 depletion will have upon the global
> business community, and the costs associated with
> ramping up to IPv6; (3)is a black market for IPv4
> address expected to emerge, and if so, can policies be
> put into place that would serve to deter anticipated
> price gouging and profiteering?  Perhaps someone from
> the addressing community can speak to these points.
>
> It comes down to this... are we being good stewards of
> this diminishing resource?
>
> Danny
>
> --- JFC Morfin <[email protected]> wrote:
>
> > Danny,
> > this kind of "prediction" is of low interest. What
> > is of interest for
> > us users is the date of the impact of this shortage
> > on our ability to
> > use the Internet as we should. This date is a long
> > ago. It is exactly
> > when HTTP 1.1. has been deemed necessary, with a
> > virtual host routing
> > on unconsistant names instead of IP addresses. That
> > day NATs were
> > legitimated. The Internat was borned. The Internat
> > may very well be
> > the future of the Internet.
> > jfc
> >
> >
> > At 17:37 06/04/2006, Danny Younger wrote:
> >
> > >Last October, CAIDA's K.C. Claffy predicted IPv4
> > >depletion by 2008 at the "Future of IPv4
> > Roundtable".
> > >Notes and commentary (including a different set of
> > >predictions from Cisco's Tony Hain) may be found
> > at:
> >
> >http://www.arin.net/meetings/minutes/ARIN_XVI/ppm_minutes_day1.html#anchor_8
> > >
> > >
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