IPv4 addresses ran the American Registry of Internet number
What the Administration of Internet address space (IANA) has long warned it is already happening. IPv4 addresses ran the American Registry of Internet Numbers (ARIN).He has long been known that these addresses will run out sooner than expected.
Too generous distribution of addresses "classes" was replaced by a new addressing everywhere began using NAT, but the number of devices connected to the global network, growing almost exponentially.Registrars constantly warned about the need to transition to IPv6, the standard of which was developed and approved in the late 90s. But inertia and misunderstanding led to the problem that most companies and businesses do not think about it. Now ARIN, serving the US, Canada, the Caribbean and the islands of the North Atlantic, no longer has a single larger block of free addresses.This is an unusual situation and the organization that requested the registrar portion addresses probably will not get them all. The Registrar will give the other small blocks addresses, which also addresses will run these days.Companies and organizations will have to wait in line for release already using IPv4 addresses. These are assumptions and unofficial information. ARIN announced that next week will officially announce the decision on this issue.