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On Tue, 16 Oct 2007, David Ulevitch wrote:
The effort someone would spend figuring out if 204/4 is reachable and not-pain-inducing in their infrastructure is better spent figuring out how to make IPv6 work within their sphere of responsibilities.
I agree. The current rate at which blocks of IPv4 space are being allocated to the RIRs suggests that releasing a chunk from, say, 240/5 or 248/5 for consumption gets you about 1 year, tops.