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Old 2012-06-07, 03:21   #1
LaurV
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.. to IPv6....


I want my billion of personal IP addresses. Not that I will ever use more then two or there, but you know, Mrs LaurV is a very enterprising person, she could find a good use of them (plus her own billion...)... In fact, she does not need to think too much: she will need all possible connections in the same time if she starts talking with her relatives over IP... (now that was mean...)

edit: you should see this map... Right now! Fast! till it does not change.

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Old 2012-06-09, 01:17   #2
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It's way more than a billion. tbh, adding 8 bits would be more than enough, and it's just another 1-3 digit number if you do that. 64-bits is already insane, so 128-bits is literally insanity squared.
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