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Get Ready to Kiss IPv4 Goodbye: Q&A With ICSA Labs' Guy Snyder, Part 2
Posted by: Jordi on Sunday, October 31, 2010 - 06:13 PM
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The concern regarding the Internet's dwindling supply of IPv4 addresses isn't new. Now, however, the bells are ringing again in the push toward IPv6. "Today the number shows 234 days remaining [for IPv4], and it shows 181 million IPv4 addresses remaining, and it's going down constantly. It shows 5 percent of those addresses are left," said Guy Snyder, the secure communications program manager at ICSA Labs.
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