Tag: IPv4 exhaustion

IPv4 Market Update – August 2015

August saw 5 million+ numbers transferred in or from the ARIN region, escalating IPv4 market participation, and a still gradual rate of IPv6 adoption; network operators settle into a “new normal.”

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IPv4 Market Update – July 2015

The ARIN free pool runs on empty, RIPE officially opens the European region to interRIR transfers,  and IPv6 continues its upward trend but still only predicted to account for 34% of global IP traffic by 2019.

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IPv4 Market Update – June 2015

The North American IPv4 free pool nears total depletion, ARIN activates its waitlist, a needs based standard is proposed for 8.3 transfers, and IPv6 continues to reach new heights in the U.S. while maintaining persistent lows elsewhere in North America.

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The Sun Sets on the ARIN IPv4 Free Pool

ARIN’s free pool is effectively drained, with fewer than 150,000 IPv4 numbers remaining in block sizes of 256 or 512.   All of the angst over how to handle the dwindling IPv4 free supply can be put to rest. The big question is “what now” given that IPv4 number requests have continued to climb over the years.

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