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IANA IPv4 Exhaustion


yonatan
06-02-2011, 08:25
Quote Originally Posted by zydron
is it with domain .localhost included?
localhost.localdomain.corp !

freshwire
06-02-2011, 07:03
Quote Originally Posted by zydron
is it with domain .localhost included?
I can offer this for a small additional fee

zydron
06-02-2011, 02:26
Quote Originally Posted by freshwire
I think you mean 192.168.0.0/16 (but I could be wrong I am not so good at numbers).

No the actual ones I have for sale are in the range 127.0.0.0/8
is it with domain .localhost included?

yonatan
05-02-2011, 21:51
Quote Originally Posted by freshwire
I think you mean 192.168.0.0/16 (but I could be wrong I am not so good at numbers).

No the actual ones I have for sale are in the range 127.0.0.0/8
no i only need /24

freshwire
05-02-2011, 21:39
Quote Originally Posted by yonatan
how much u want for 192.168.0.0/24 ?
I think you mean 192.168.0.0/16 (but I could be wrong I am not so good at numbers).

No the actual ones I have for sale are in the range 127.0.0.0/8

yonatan
05-02-2011, 21:12
Quote Originally Posted by Myatu
There's 2 SDRAM chips, behind the LEDs (U12 and U13) and the Flash chip is next to the battery (U6). Soldered directly to the board tho, so have fun! LOL
ill have to pick up my soldering iron , and get another router as backup in case ill break this one ...
umm need to look for another cisco ( i use the VPN ).

Myatu
05-02-2011, 14:25
Quote Originally Posted by yonatan
I think i can add RAM , isnt it a simple SDRAM chip? , my cisco adsl modem has SDRAM inside
so i figure the router has it to,
ill open up the box and try to mod it, not going to spend on a new router now :< its too expensive!
There's 2 SDRAM chips, behind the LEDs (U12 and U13) and the Flash chip is next to the battery (U6). Soldered directly to the board tho, so have fun! LOL

yonatan
05-02-2011, 13:43
Quote Originally Posted by Myatu
Hurricane Electric, SiXXs and OVH to the rescue

AFAIK, the latest firmware is 6.3 for the 501 (can't be upgraded to 7+ according to Cisco [not enough Flash to upgrade, nor RAM to run it]). http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/coll...c_app_v63.html - Table 3, says no IPv6 support.
I think i can add RAM , isnt it a simple SDRAM chip? , my cisco adsl modem has SDRAM inside
so i figure the router has it to,
ill open up the box and try to mod it, not going to spend on a new router now :< its too expensive!

Myatu
05-02-2011, 13:36
Quote Originally Posted by yonatan
ho no :<
my ISP hardly supports ipv4 lol ...
i called them about ipv6, they didn't know what i was asking about.
Hurricane Electric, SiXXs and OVH to the rescue

btw, do you happen to know if its possible to use IPV6 on an old cisco router?
my router model is PIX 501
AFAIK, the latest firmware is 6.3 for the 501 (can't be upgraded to 7+ according to Cisco [not enough Flash to upgrade, nor RAM to run it]). http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/coll...c_app_v63.html - Table 3, says no IPv6 support.

yonatan
05-02-2011, 12:57
Quote Originally Posted by freshwire
Luckily I have stock piled 17 million addresses that I will auction off at ridiculous prices
how much u want for 192.168.0.0/24 ?

freshwire
05-02-2011, 05:54
Luckily I have stock piled 17 million addresses that I will auction off at ridiculous prices

yonatan
05-02-2011, 03:28
ho no :<
my ISP hardly supports ipv4 lol ...
i called them about ipv6, they didn't know what i was asking about.

btw, do you happen to know if its possible to use IPV6 on an old cisco router?
my router model is PIX 501

Myatu
04-02-2011, 17:28
Just a little FYI for those who've not seen this yet:

IANA IPv4 Exhaustion

At a ceremony held on 3 February, 2011 the Internet Assigned
Numbers Authority (IANA) allocated the remaining last five /8s of
IPv4 address space to the Regional Internet Registries (RIRs) in
accordance with the Global Policy for the Allocation of the
Remaining IPv4 Address Space. With this action, the free pool of
available IPv4 addresses is now fully depleted. To read the full
text of this announcement please go to:

http://www.nro.net/news/ipv4-free-pool-depleted
P.S.: Not so long ago (this year or late last year I think), the 5.0.0.0 block went to RIPE. Some applications, such as OpenVPN AS (Access Server) and Hamachi/LogMeIn! use this (incorrectly) to assign "private" IPs to VPN clients. For now, this seems to be OK, but expect problems in the not-so-far future. Use the 192.168.x.x range, 10.x.x.x range or 172.16(- to 31).x.x instead.