Out of numbers, out of time

On February 1, the global internet address authority IANA handed out two of the last blocks of freely available IPv4 addresses. The move triggered an automatic distribution of the remaining five blocks to each of the regional registries. There are no more IP addresses to be had from version four. In this podcast talks to Axel Pawlik, Managing Director of the RIPE NCC and Juniper Networks’ head of carrier Ethernet, David Noguer Bau.


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