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Re: Hey, anyone who wanna help improve the net stability?
> On Thursday, September 05, 1996 9:52 AM, email@example.com wrote: > @ > Of the class cs from the swamp how many are now being routed at the > @ > defaultless core? HOW MANY ADDITIONAL CLASS Cs FROM THE SWAMP ARE THERE > @ > FOR WHICH THE OWNERS COULD DEMAND ROUTING? > @ > > @ > In other words are these 5,000 new class c's just the beginning? Or are > @ > they, hopefully the end? > @ > @ Lets see, what the BOE math tell us... > @ > @ 24,000 entries now, > @ 192.0.0.0/8 is ~2million. > @ > @ ~2mil - 24,000 = current router death. > @ > @ -- > @ --bill Wait, 192/8 contains 2^(16-8=8) = 256 /16s. Each /16 contains 2^(24-16=8) = 256 /24s. 256 * 256 = 65536 (give or take a few which "mean something" special). 65536-24000=41536. Not pretty, but not definitively router death. > Is now when we say..."we told you so..."....??? Who told who what? > You are seeing the great allocation policies and procedures at work... So are you of the "one-route-per-provider, but only 10-20 provider" school of thought? > fortunately, there will be other address spaces and the IPv4 space > can be wrapped up as one TWD... > > -- > Jim Fleming Avi - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -