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Re:Business as usual  *Friday December 30, 2011 @08:33AM  2
APNIC has entered next stage of runout  *Thursday December 29, 2011 @04:14PM  1
ISPs & hosting companies will not run out of I  *Thursday December 29, 2011 @04:00PM  1
Re:Source of information  *Thursday December 29, 2011 @03:49PM  1
Re:ask the us fbi for some  *Thursday December 29, 2011 @03:44PM  2
Re:Profit!  *Thursday December 29, 2011 @03:41PM  1
Ability to transfer address space  *Thursday December 29, 2011 @03:23PM  1
   attached to No IPv6 Doomsday In 2012
Re:So what did they conclude from IPv6 day?  *Thursday June 09, 2011 @07:56AM  1
Re:hah..what  *Wednesday June 08, 2011 @09:24AM 1 1
4.3B IP's should be enough...  *Wednesday June 08, 2011 @09:20AM 2 1
   attached to World IPv6 Day: Most-watched Tech Event Since Y2K
legacy blocks  *Monday April 25, 2011 @07:39PM 3 5, Informative
Re:Have /21 pre arin block for sale  *Monday April 25, 2011 @07:03PM  4, Informative
   attached to Markets For IPv4 Addresses Emerging
Re:Won't corporate transition to IPV6 free up IPV4  *Friday August 20, 2010 @09:10AM  1
Re:Needs Leadership...  *Friday August 20, 2010 @09:06AM  1
Re:Network armageddon  *Friday August 20, 2010 @09:03AM  1
Half-right (still need to look at public web svrs)  *Friday August 20, 2010 @08:23AM  1
   attached to Why You Shouldn't Worry About IPv6 Just Yet
Re:DJB on the v6 mess  *Saturday January 09, 2010 @11:39AM 1 1
Re:Reclaim unused address space  *Friday January 08, 2010 @01:42PM  1
Re:Not entirely true (companies selling subnets...  *Friday January 08, 2010 @01:36PM  1
Re:DJB on the v6 mess  *Friday January 08, 2010 @01:32PM 1 2, Informative
Re:Could last another 10 years...  *Friday January 08, 2010 @09:42AM  1
Re:Trends (625 days vs 1.5 years +/- 3 mo)  *Friday January 08, 2010 @09:40AM  4, Interesting
   attached to IPv4 Will Not Die In 2010
Actual stats on assignment  *Sunday May 03, 2009 @12:14PM  1
   attached to ARIN Letter Says Two More Years of IPv4
Re:18+% of IPv4 addresses unused  *Saturday March 21, 2009 @06:59PM  1
   attached to No Business Case For IPv6, Survey Finds

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