[tor-relays] Reaching out to webiron

niftybunny abuse at to-surf-and-protect.net
Wed Feb 8 07:04:58 UTC 2017

South Korea and many many other Asian countries like Japan will blow you out of the water with bw, coverage and usage of the interwebs. Just because you were lucky to start the internet and get the most class a and b networks doesnt mean that countries with a hugs IPv6 coverage are 3th world countries. If you like IPv6 or not, its the future and it will fuck you up if you ignore it long enough.

Source: Me CCNP 

abuse at to-surf-and-protect.net

> On 8 Feb 2017, at 08:01, teor <teor2345 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 8 Feb 2017, at 17:59, niftybunny <abuse at to-surf-and-protect.net> wrote:
>>> (And the likely impact on networks with few IPv4 addresses, which tend
>>> to be in areas with lower levels of network access: typically poorer
>>> areas and less well developed countries.)
>> *citation needed
> Just compare the MIT IPv4 address allocations to those for many Asian
> countries. [original research]
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