On February 10, 2011, the global Internet IP address management organization issued a formal announcement that the existing Internet IP addresses were allocated on the same day. The China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC) also confirmed that the IP address database has been officially exhausted during the Chinese New Year.
The rapid development of the Internet has caused the consumption of these address resources at a much faster rate than expected. This will undoubtedly limit the upward space for the powerful development of China's Internet. "
In 2010, the number of Chinese Internet users officially surpassed the United States and became the world's first. The speed of my country's Internet is growing exponentially. The vacancy of IP addresses will make our country's Internet development situation more severe, especially for the Internet and E-commerce application of Chinese small and medium-sized enterprises. The exhaustion of IPv4 addresses will also lead to a substantial increase in user costs.
According to relevant CNNIC sources, the only way at present is to move towards IPv6 as soon as possible. Raul Escheria, the head of the "Number Resources Organization" (NRO), also issued a statement saying, "The future of the Internet lies in IPv6." However, the protocol transformation from IPv4 to IPv6 is a huge project, and service providers also need a process to develop compatible technologies. Therefore, relevant people reminded that the IP address gap will not be optimistic for a long time in the future. At this stage, it is best for enterprise users to choose IDC vendors with independent IP in their hands to overcome this difficulty.