bmanning at karoshi.com
Sun Apr 29 01:31:49 PDT 2001
At 09:08 PM 4/28/2001 -0400, David P. Reed wrote:
>It's truly a mystery how Sony can assign IP addresses without getting them
>from ARIN ... anyone got an explanation?
Sony is not in the ARIN service region?
I understand that they are talking about IPv6 and have been talking w/
>I've been arguing that every consumer product should be able to get its
>very own stable IP address for free, for years. But that requires a bit of
>a change to routing in the real world, as well as an address space the size
>of v6's which the article suggests as part of the answer....
>So HOORAY. Now we only have to get the IETF, Cisco, and Microsoft, among
>others, to do their part.
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>>Subject: IP: SONY TO ASSIGN IP ADDRESSES TO ALL PRODUCTS: THE ASIABIZTECH
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>>>[NAB2001] SONY TO ASSIGN IP ADDRESSES TO ALL PRODUCTS
>>>Sony Corp. said that every product it manufactures for business or home use
>>>will have an assigned IP address.
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