I would say 12G * 4 ( at least ), but still OK. Reasoning behind this is
I'd like to have real IP for each computer in the house, plus mobile IPs
for everybody, plus appliances, plus hotels, planes, cars, trains, etc
From: Brian E Carpenter [SMTP:brian(_at_)hursley(_dot_)ibm(_dot_)com]
Sent: Thursday, August 03, 2000 1:22 PM
Subject: Re: Addresses and ports and taxes -- oh my!
"Rakers, Jason" wrote:
Better question: How many households are there in the world on the
Wrong question. The correct question is how many should we plan for.
Right now 12 billion people seems to be a reasoanble estimate -
unthinkable for IPv4, but easily covered by IPv6.