Two more

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Two more IPv4 address blocks have been allocated (31 and 176). Both went to the European registry. 18 out of 256 blocks are left (7%). If you factor in the n=1 proposal, we're down to 5% free.

Hurry up and deploy IPv6, folks.

Here's what the IPv4 address space looks like now:

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