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Comment: Re:The IP Class diviation was never honest anyway (Score 3, Interesting) 100

by BirdParrot (#42220787) Attached to: UK Organization Set Up To Encourage IPv6 Adoption Closes
There's a large cultural difference. Many guys and girls on asia use web cafes. When they later get own connection theres not usually enough ip's. You're talking about billions of people. Not everyone is going to have their own ip address from that pool.

Comment: The IP Class diviation was never honest anyway (Score 5, Informative) 100

by BirdParrot (#42220513) Attached to: UK Organization Set Up To Encourage IPv6 Adoption Closes
I come from an Asian country with mostly shared ip address space. The divitation was never honest. It was first-come-first-serve. Both US and UK have lots of ip addresses to use, and it's wrong. Asia has much larger population too! I don't expect any new change to it, but just stating the facts.

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