As with anything a scarcity of supply creates a potentially lucrative market - white, grey or black, and IPv4 addresses are no exception, with prices as high as $US11 being reported. ISOC however is urging that established guidelines for address transfers be followed.
The head of InternetNZ, Vikram Kumar, has called on the Government to take a lead in IPv6 adoption, saying that, in the absence of any Government funding to assist with the transition, industry groups are under increasing pressure.
The Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC) has reached the last block of IPv4 addresses in its '¨available pool, and has initiated a major change in regional delegation policy, rationing IPv4 addresses.
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