No more addresses: Asia-Pacific region IPv4 well runs dry

The Asia-Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC), which is the organization responsible for distributing IP addresses in most of Asia, Australia, and the Pacific, announced that on April 15, it reached its final /8 block of IPv4 addresses. This cryptic announcement means that APNIC's supply of IPv4 addresses has been exhausted, and since the global pool of IPv4 addresses was previously exhausted, IPv4 addresses are no longer available in the APNIC region as they were before—basically, "to each according to his needs."

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