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APNIC reaches final phase of IPv4 allocations

Written on:April 15, 2011
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As we covered recently, IPv4 addresses on the internet are running out, and the transition to IPv6 is growing ever more urgent. Today, APNIC, the Regional Internet Registry charged with allocating IP addresses to the Asia-Pacific region announced that their free pool of addresses has dwindled to the final /8…



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