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Re: ip reclamation was Re: Kremen's Buddy?
On Tue, 12 Sep 2006, Scott Weeks wrote:
---------------------------- Original Message Follows ----- From: Joe Abley <firstname.lastname@example.org>Le 2006-09-12 à 15:10, <email@example.com><firstname.lastname@example.org>a écrit :It makes me wonder just how much space like that there is out there artifically increasing IP scarcity.The fact that there is a lot of space assigned/allocated and not used in any easily observable way is well known to those who track the address exhaustion issue, I think.How much, though, is used, but not routed publically?
TOTAL FOR IPV4 BLOCKS:
Allocated: 9302367 (/24 blocks) - 63%
Not Allocated: 5377697 (/24 blocks) - 37%
Currently Routed: 6183529 (/24 blocks) - 42%
Not Routed: 8496535 (/24 blocks) - 58%
Simple math from above:
Allocated & Not Routed: 3118838 (/24 blocks) - 21%
This is from my data available at www.completewhois.com/statistics/
(which is for some reason partially broken right now - has all the
correct data but coloring of bars did not happen). The percent calculation does not include class-d and class-e (i.e. only blocks
0/8 - 223/8 are counted).
Not easily observable means some ip blocks maybe used but are not adverised in public BGP. This is a bit of an issue with certainSomething that has been brought up from time to time here. It's not easily observable, but allowed.
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