All 4 Billion IP Addresses are Allocated

Free pool of Internet IPv4 addresses has now officially depleted.


The IANA on February 3rdallocated the final five blocks (also referred to as “/8s”) of IPv4 address space to the five RIR (Regional Internet Registries) communities. The full addressable range of IPv4, all 4.2 billion addresses, is completely saturated.

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