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Entries by Jake
Buying IPv4 – ARIN IPv4 Transfer Process Like most companies who have a network, you may have found yourself in need to buy IPv4 address blocks and transfer them according to the official ARIN IPv4 transfer process. The task of obtaining this elusive IPv4 commodity can seem daunting to the inexperienced buyer, but with the […]
Technology has a way of becoming obsolete quickly. When that happens, old technology is quickly replaced by new, more advanced technologies. For some reason, however, this has failed to happen with IP addresses. Old-style IPv4 addresses, the forerunners of the new IPv6 addresses, are as popular as ever. While IPv6 addresses were intended to supersede […]
Why should it matter that there are still unused IPv4 addresses when IPv6 is available? Especially when IPv6 will run off a 128-bit system and essentially is believed to never run out of space. It is simple; switching to IPv6 is not as easy as flipping a switch. It is difficult and takes time and […]
When ARIN announced that IPv4 space had run out in September 2015, the president of ARIN John Curran, stated that IPv4 was not depleted entirely. He explained that many addresses were set aside for exchange site connections to service provider networks. The only way to acquire IPv4 addresses was if an old IPv4 address was […]
IPv4 addresses were generally free through Regional Internet Registries (RIRs) — such as American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN). By 2001 there was a shortage of IPv4 space ,and ARIN confirmed in 2015 that they will not assign any more free space. ARIN will no longer assign IPv4 addresses unless customers meet very specific requirements. […]