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Interop Returns 16 Million IPv4 Addresses

October 20th, 2010 10:45 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

klapaucjusz writes “Every discussion about IPv4 address exhaustion prompts comments about whether Apple (or MIT, or UCB, or whoever) needs all of those addresses. Interop has set the example by returning 16 million IPv4 addresses to the ARIN pool, extending the IPv4 address exhaustion deadline by a whole month.”

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