We’re Out of Public IPv4 Addresses

For a few years now the tech community has been aware that we were running out of IPv4 addresses for Internet-connected devices. Every device that has a public, routable IP address must have a unique address in order to differentiate it from other devices directly connected to the Internet. The mass adaptation of NAT routers which began many years ago slowed down the depletion of IPv4 addresses, but now it’s happened: We’re out. Read more: http://goo.gl/lcJyZY

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