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Re: CIDR Report
This is not really supprising if you have been following changes in RIR address allocation policy, which seems really to me to be following a trend, more than creating one, but it is worth noting that the trend exists. In message <[email protected]>, Geoff Huston write s: > >Try www.telstra.net/ops/bgp.html for another view of the same >accelerated curve, together with a number of other >views of the BGP space. > >The interesting aspect to note is the declining amount of address >space per routing advertisement on average. > >Geoff > > >At 05:50 PM 5/13/00, [email protected] wrote: > > >>I was just looking through the graphs on Tony's Web site and noticed >>something somewhat disturbing. For the first 2000 days of Tony's plots >>(starting from 1/1/1994) the number of routes has grown roughly by 10,000 >>every 500 days. so 20k --> 30k, 30k --> 40k, 40k --> 50k, & 50k --> 60k. > > > > --- [email protected] Director Network Operations/Network Engineering, Wayport, Inc. 512-519-6193 www.wayport.net 8303 Mopac Expressway Suite A300, Austin Tx.