[arin-ppml] The price of address space

Ted Mittelstaedt tedm at ipinc.net
Thu Jul 23 18:24:55 EDT 2009

Eliot Lear wrote:
> On 7/22/09 11:50 PM, michael.dillon at bt.com wrote:
>> How cheap do IPv4 addresses need to be to make it worthwhile for an
>> equipment vendor to buy up addresses today to drive up the price and
>> make it worthwhile for the market to buy carrier grade NAT boxes?
> If you attend next week's IETF in Sweden, you will see quite a number of 
> Cisco employees involved in nearly every aspect of IPv6, including 
> transition technologies.  We are there because we continue to believe 
> that there is no Plan B(*), that IPv6 is the best way for the Internet 
> to grow. 

Tell your coworkers that until Linksys-owned-by-Cisco gear gets IPv6
buttons in it, IPv6 ain't a real thing to any org under 50 employees.

The RVS4000 is a good first step - now, let's extend that code to the 
rest of the Linksys product line.

You don't want to be embarrassed by DD-WRT, after all, do you?


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