On Mar 5, 2010, at 2:49 AM, Dobbins, Roland wrote:
>> "This community believes there are no exhaustion issues associated with IPv6
> Does this community in fact believe this?
If you constrain allocation policy to something rational, yes. Back of the
envelope calculations would indicate that even at 1000 times current IPv4
consumption rates, the 1/8 of the IPv6 being used for global unicast would last
over a century.
Of course these calculations don't take into account non-linear/unanticipated
requirements or irrational policies.
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