IF YOU thought it was hard finding the email address that some other
john.smith hasn't already bagged, that's nothing compared with the
difficulty you'll have getting an internet connection for your computer
of this month 85 per cent of the 4.3 billion available Internet
Protocol (IP) addresses, which identify devices connected to the net,
are already in use. Within three years they will all be used up,
according to a report by the OECD. "The situation is critical for the
future of the internet economy," it says.
report urges governments and businesses to upgrade from the current
version, IPv4, to IPv6, which effectively has an unlimited number of IP
addresses. IPv6 has been available for more than a decade but service
providers have been slow to adopt it.
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