Peer-to-Peer and IPv6 Christian Huitema Architect, Windows Networking Microsoft Corporation The Internet: a great tool to promote mainframes? Hubert Curien, French Minister of Research, 1993:
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Hubert Curien, French Minister of Research, 1993:
Having a TCP-IP research network is great. Instead of funding a computer center in each university, we will only need a single large one in Paris.
This is not exactly the Internet we had in mind back then…
3Enter NAPSTER, and peer-to-peer file sharing
End-to-End Arguments in System Design.
Jerome H. Saltzer, David P. Reed, and David D. Clark.
But this seems to have been lost in the web…
Today’s optimizations are tomorrow’s roadblocks !
By 2002, we will see ISP using layers of NAT.
In fact, they do that in China now…
We need IPv6 before that!
Extrapolating the number of DNS registered addresses shows total exhaustion in 2009. But in practice, the “H-ratio” of log10(addresses)/bits reaches 0.26 in 2002.
As addresses get scarce, ISP can’t get enough allocation, more and more NATs get deployed, and peer-to-peer applications start to break!
Single v4 IP
Advertise v6 prefix
2002When can we get IPv6?
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