Whatever happened to the IPv4 address crisis?
We all heard the cries, years ago, about how the world was running out of IPv4 addresses. It was big news, in 2011, when the IANA handed out the last blocks of IPv4 address space. Yet - most networks still haven't converted to IPv6, and the Internet is still chugging along. Was it just a false scare? Or have we only successfully postponed the inevitable? Check out this article that addresses (no pun intended) those questions: