Dwight Watt - Watt Thoughts #206 1/25/2010
#206 - IP4 Internet addresses
Interesting article at http://blogs.techrepublic.com.com/networking/?p=2491&tag=nl.e102 about running out of IP addresses. I remember back in 1996 that they said we were running out of addresses immediately and then we began using NAT and solved it for then. I suspect there are organizations that still need to be moved to NAT (there are a few that have class A addresses that refuse (and the courts have said legally they can refuse) to give up a large chunk of unused addresses.
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