[AusNOG] Death of IPv4 at Verizon has started.
alex at samad.com.au
Thu Mar 9 14:19:31 EST 2017
Yes, isn't this a case of when not if.
On 9 March 2017 at 14:06, Mark Andrews <marka at isc.org> wrote:
> In message <DD45AC21DAF70543807CC4719639BAE302D17FD6DCFE at bpfs01.bp.local>,
> Peczka writes:
> > It was also pointed out on NANOG that the email originated from Verizon
> > Wireless, and seems to be targeted to customers with wireless/mobile
> > products.
> > On this basis - any reports of the demise of IPv4 across the whole of
> > Verizon would seem to be alarmist, and exaggerated, in the absence of
> > further clarification from Verizon.
> > Regards,
> > -Brad.
> Does that mean that the death of IPv4 at Verizon has not started?
> No, it doesn't.
> This is towards the beginning of what is starting to happen more
> often all over the planet. Just because you don't seen the
> announcements doesn't meand that it is not happening.
> Those that think because they have lots of IPv4 addresses, they
> they are immune to the effects of IPv4 address exhaustion need to
> look at this as a wake up call.
> Mark Andrews, ISC
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