You've missed the business opportunity here.
If every household pools their 0.7 address each, then Australia and
New Zealand will become the only place in the world to be able to HOST
No longer will we be held ransom to paying overseas transit to see 80%
of our content, we'll be able to bill the rest of the world to host
We'll be rich.
(Don't fall into the mistake of taking me seriously here).
On 03/09/2009, at 12:15 PM, Andy Linton wrote:
On 2/09/2009, at 19:30 , Matthew Moyle-Croft wrote:
For interests sake:
I make that 7,224,736 addresses.
The "Australian Domestic" transit I get in Oz, which includes most
of NZ has 43,057,689 addresses in it.
which gives about 1.7 v4 addresses per person across the countries.
So, we just need to shuffle things around a bit, grab some of the
space some people are wasting it and we can, together, ride out the
v4 exhaustion thing laughing.
A few thoughts:
That'll be fine until you need to talk to someone outside AU and NZ
who hasn't had the luxury and only has IPv6 addresses.
As long as shuffling things around isn't a euphemism for carrier
Clearly those people who are wasting space should be got off the net.
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