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Comment 100s of Millions of Addresses (Score 1) 169

Hmm, we need "hundreds of millions of people and devices" connected. IPv4 has 2^32 addresses, so 2^32/10^8 = ~43, so IPv4 provides "hundreds of millions" of addresses, in fact, it provides 43 hundreds of millions of addresses. No need to worry about IPv6 at all.

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