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That's because of historical reason, and unbalanced development, some of them use dynamic share pool and some NAT. That's why you can see our address allocation increasing that fast, since the no. of user is increasing, so is address/user.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Philip Smith" firstname.lastname@example.org To: "Terence Zhang Yinghao" email@example.com Cc: "Leo Vegoda" firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com Sent: Friday, March 20, 2009 2:24 PM Subject: Re: [sig-policy] Prop 050(072) comments
Terence Zhang Yinghao said the following on 20/3/09 04:09:
FYI. there are about 298 million internet user in China main land, we only have about 181 million IPv4 addresses. Any way, don't divert the discussion to another way.
Yes, this is probably a side track, but I'm curious why there are more Internet users than IPv4 addresses in China, and why the ISPs connecting these users aren't applying for routable IPv4 address space?