At this writing, Internet experts predict that we have less than two years before the exhaustion of IPv4 addresses that fuel the growth of the Internet. Of the 4,294,967,296 addresses available in IPv4's 32-bit address space, we've consumed 90 percent, leaving less than 425 million addresses remaining. That's not a lot, and the rate of consumption is increasing, making it difficult to pin down the actual date the last address will be used. Alas, trouble will start long before ...
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