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Re: [IDNO-DISCUSS] Re: [IFWP] What I would have said...

Mark and all,

  Well Mark, but of course they will, at least.  In fact I would not
be surprised that ICANN will be RENTING each block allocation
on a per month basis.   Gotta pay ole Joe and Mike, ya know!  >;)

  Besides, ole Joe Sims needs some source for funding that
"Virus laden web page" business going ya know.....

Mark C. Langston wrote:

> On 23 July 1999, Kent Crispin <kent@songbird.com> wrote:
> >On Fri, Jul 23, 1999 at 04:32:58PM -0700, Bill Lovell wrote:
> >> For the benefit of dumb butt here, what's the IP size of the new IPv6 thing?
> >> (Did I get that right?)  It's not a "dotted quad," I take it, so what is
> >> it? And
> >> its capacity is 2 to the what?
> >
> >128 bits  vs 32 bits for IPv4.  That's
> >
> >340282366920938463463374607431768211456
> >vs
> >4294967296
> >
> >addresses, if I did the arithmetic correctly...
> >
> >Or 56713727820156410577229101238 addresses for every human on earth,
> >give or take a few.
> ...and ICANN will be enforcing a charge of what, per IP block?
> --
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