[arin-ppml] "Millions of Internet Addresses AreLying Idle"(slashdot)

Eastman, Bruce bruce.eastman at twcable.com
Sat Oct 18 19:21:25 EDT 2008

>> not that I am in favor of this, but it would preserve the status quo.

>guys, get over it.  *nothing* will preserve the status quo.  there is a
>serious brick wall looming in the headlights.


Yes, and unfortunately, the bricks in that wall are made out of a shiny,
dense alloy, popular with certain individuals/organizations that know
what they are sitting on. I am not saying that Professor John
Heidemann's scan is entirely accurate, but I will bet you one of those
bricks, that when IPV4 is depleted, you will see a lot of space that is
suddenly free------for the right amount of bricks.

Bruce Eastman
IP Capacity Engineer

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