@ > Of the class cs from the swamp how many are now being routed at the
@ > defaultless core? HOW MANY ADDITIONAL CLASS Cs FROM THE SWAMP ARE THERE
@ > FOR WHICH THE OWNERS COULD DEMAND ROUTING?
@ > In other words are these 5,000 new class c's just the beginning? Or are
@ > they, hopefully the end?
@ Lets see, what the BOE math tell us...
@ 24,000 entries now,
@ 192.0.0.0/8 is ~2million.
@ ~2mil - 24,000 = current router death.
Wait, 192/8 contains 2^(16-8=8) = 256 /16s.
Each /16 contains 2^(24-16=8) = 256 /24s.
256 * 256 = 65536 (give or take a few which "mean something" special).
Not pretty, but not definitively router death.
Is now when we say..."we told you so..."....???
Who told who what?
You are seeing the great allocation policies and procedures at work...
So are you of the "one-route-per-provider, but only 10-20 provider"
school of thought?
fortunately, there will be other address spaces and the IPv4 space
can be wrapped up as one TWD...