What about IPv6 right here on earth?
Posted Jan 26, 2011 3:47 UTC (Wed) by jthill
In reply to: What about IPv6 right here on earth?
Parent article: LCA: Vint Cerf on re-engineering the Internet
No, no, that big number is 2^80, so the entire IPv6 space is that much *times* your allocated /48 range. Let's see.... Mass of the Earth: 5.9724e27g. IPv6 net: 2^128. per address: 1.755e-11g, 17.55 picograms.
Jeez, they only gave you enough addresses to cover about 5kg of you. Stingy bastards.
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