October 4, 2017
Who needs IPv6 when there are millions of unused IPv4 addresses still available. For more information, visit: ipv4mall
October 4, 2017
In this tech-dominated era, there’s a great likelihood that you have come across the word IP address. You might also know that if there were no IP addresses, there would be no internet. The technology has been revolutionary to say the least. Let’s get to know IP addresses better: Defining the IP Addresses An Internet Protocol (IP) address is an identifier – it is a set of number that lets a device get recognized in the vast web. The separate, unique IP address of each device makes computer devices interact with each other and share data. Each standard IPv4 protocol contains 32 bits. It looks something like this 184.108.40.206. A Bit about Routers Although every computer has its own IP[…]
September 4, 2017
We saw IPv4 address depletion as it happened over the course of years. Of course, the need for stronger justification by regional registries helped the addresses last longer than initially predicted. Nevertheless, these registries have all run out of new address blocks and are currently overlooking transfers.
August 30, 2017
The telemarketing research firm, The Radicati Group has reported an estimated 3% yearly increase in worldwide email users in 2017–19. The number of total emails sent per day is predicted to reach 225.3% this year. It will hit 246.5 billion by 2019.
July 3, 2017
1.Flexibility Why Its Demand Is Still Growing Despite Of IPv6? IPv4 allows routing to become more efficient and scalable.
June 8, 2017
Tech experts agree that the explosive internet growth we see today was unexpected. Many business owners are still trying to cope up with the increase of internet enabled devices and the challenges they bring along. Many of us are also aware that IPv4 address spaces were on the verge of exhaustion a few years ago.
June 5, 2017
When a large company like Microsoft starts admitting some globally occurring challenges, you know the problem is real. In a conference in 2015, a network expert from Microsoft, when asked about the IPv4 exhaustion, said even the company has been having a hard time coping with it.
June 1, 2017
The time is here. IPv4 addresses have been completely exhausted. ARIN is all out of stock. The software and hardware costs to migrate to IPv6 are still impractical. Despite being introduced in 1998, IPv6 address blocks are still expected to take another decade before they are deployed completely. Meanwhile, the exhaustion of IPv4 address blocks has given birth to a secondary market that helps companies buy and sell them.
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