Podcast: IP address shortages - Geoff Huston says prepare to pay for your online address

In this podcast, Cliff Saran speaks to Huston about how a market is likely to emerge for IPv4 addresses, and the switchover to IPv6.

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The Internet is running out of addresses. As it stands today the Internet can support four billion addresses and Geoff Huston, chief scientist at APNIC estimates that there won't be any left by 2011.

In this podcast, Cliff Saran speaks to Huston about how a market is likely to emerge for IPv4 addresses, and the switchover to IPv6.

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This was last published in June 2008

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