At Millitzer Capital, we have been wondering what the world would be like when IPv4's are gone. After all the IP is the lifeblood of the Internet. Many of reports I see indicate the IP number of the incoming visitor, plus the country and sometimes city.
It takes IPs to bring up a server, to run a website. Yes, we need a lot of IP's yet only 20-30% of the network are IPv6 capable. IIt will take 5 to 10 years to build out the IPv6 networks 100%.
For the period November 2014 through May 2015 ARIN was burning through 36,800 IPv4 numbers a calendar day, 1.1 million a month!
Between now and the most aggressive estimate, five years, for an IPv6 network the number of IPv4's is staggering. Cutting the current usage in half 550,000 a month we need 33 million IPv4's.
Yes, we need 33 million IPv4's, and ARIN is out come July 2015.
Millitzer Capital has been sourcing IP's.
If you want to buy, you should, contact Millitzer Capital.
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Millitzer Capital has been serving the Internet sector since 1997, our first IPv4 assignment was in 2001.