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Title : INTERNET PROTOCOL t1 and t2 ADDRESS SPACE
Author(s) : E. Terrell
Filename : draft-terrell-internet-protocol-t1-t2
Pages : 45
Date : 16-Apr-02
This paper provides a visualization of the lack of IP Address Control,
a Blunder, which may be excused partly because of the impossibility of
Predicting the Current, as well as the Future use and growth of the
Internet. Furthermore, this investigation also attempts a Critical
Analysis for Current use of the HD-Ratio in the IPv4 and IPv6 IP
Specifications. Moreover, while the IPv4 and IPv6 specifications are
indeed the primary focus. To provide a fair comparison however, this
Analysis requires, if not mandates, the use of the IPt1 and IPt2
specifications as well. The reasoning here nevertheless, is the
difference in the respective Addressing Schematics. Where by, the
primary focuses of the former renders a greater significance to the
HOST IP Address (Assignment), while the focus of the latter emphasizes
only the Network IP Address. However, it shall be concluded, this
distinction affects the Efficiency, which is the RATIO of Total Number
of Nodes that can be attached to Service the Global Networking Community, and the Number of available IP Addresses used for the Connection.
In other words, this 'Analysis is Argument' focusing upon the HD-Ratio,
which results in the introduction of the foundation Defining the
'INTERNET PROTOCOL t1 and t2 ADDRESS SPACE', that exceeds the
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