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[rpd] Re: [afnog] IPv4 Allocations by Length Statistics for 2014

Walubengo J jwalu at
Thu Nov 6 11:27:21 UTC 2014


And perhaps Dyncorp (or similar research institution) would be able to tell us why Nigeria (largest economy in Africa) is enjoying, without  complaining only 3% total share of the IPv4 resources in Africa while SA, the second largest economy is doing 38%. 

Perhaps they are doing too much NATting or worse still "re-using" IP nos? Maybe Sunday would know the reasons :-).


On Thu, 11/6/14, Adam Nelson <adam at> wrote:

 Subject: [rpd] Re: [afnog] IPv4 Allocations by Length Statistics for 2014
 To: "Mark Tinka" <mark.tinka at>
 Cc: "rpd List" <rpd at>, "afnog" <afnog at>
 Date: Thursday, November 6, 2014, 11:39 AM
 Even if
 operators were inclined to give the data, I doubt you'd
 get much participation since it's all hassle and no
 The only way to get
 the data is good old fashioned research - which Afrinic is
 probably not in a position to do internally (for various
 reasons including the NDA).  I bet Dyncorp (the link I sent
 before) has quite a bit of the information you're
 looking for - but it won't be cheap.
 --Kili - Cloud for
 Musings: Musings: varud.comAbout Adam:
 On Thu, Nov 6, 2014 at
 11:34 AM, Mark Tinka <mark.tinka at>
 Thursday, November 06, 2014 10:07:09 AM Kofi ANSA AKUFO
 > Could we get more information from the data as to
 > technology and applications are consuming the
 I'm not sure operators would be willing to openly
 share that
 data, Kofi.
 In fact, any such discussions between operators and
 are under NDA.
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