[AusNOG] IPv4

Skeeve Stevens skeeve+ausnog at eintellegonetworks.com
Sun Mar 3 18:54:44 EST 2013

I've facilitated dozens of non-tech companies - including government
departments/businesses get their own address space in the last couple of

My standard recommendation to ANY enterprise is that they should be an
APNIC member and have their own portable space so that they cannot be tied
down to any ISP and can add new transit providers, kill off non-performing
ones whenever they like.


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On Sun, Mar 3, 2013 at 6:21 PM, Paul Gear <ausnog at libertysys.com.au> wrote:

> On 03/03/2013 03:59 PM, Tim March wrote:
>> ...
>> 3. Thinking on a macro level for a minute - I'd be absolutely stoked if
>> we ran out of IPv4 in the next 12 months, know why? Because it would mean
>> that ~ 16,384 new technology companies big enough to warrant prefix
>> allocation had sprung up. The broader regional economic implications of
>> this would, IMO, far outweigh any argument for WAHHHHHH, NO CAN HAS MORE
>> IPv4.
>> ...
> Who says they're technology companies?  I have a client planning on
> getting an APNIC allocation in the coming financial year simply because
> dealing with small site multihoming any other way is becoming too painful.
> Paul
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