The fourth part in this series examines how NATs work and why they have become a necessity.
Guest Post: Enterprises are only willing to adopt IPv6 once they see it working, but that can’t happen until they have the necessary expertise. What can be done?
The IPv4 Transfer Listing Service is one of the services APNIC offers for eligible IPv4 recipients and holders of unused addresses.
An update on APNIC progress on reclamation of unused IPv4 addresses.
The recent news of RIPE NCC totally exhausting its IPv4 addresses is a reminder that IPv4 is running out.
What changed in Internet addressing in 2018 and how has it changed the outlook for the Internet?
Izumi Okutani tells the story behind the global policy that would change how the remaining IPv4 addresses were distributed by IANA to the RIRs.
Paul Wilson clarifies how bad IPv4 address exhaustion is and what people can do to obtain public address space.
Here’s your top three IPv4 posts that you viewed this year.
It’s easy to make predictions; the tough part is getting them right! I’ve applied two different models to IPv4 exhaustion for a more detailed prediction.