APNIC just announced that IANA has allocated to APNIC the last two allocatable /8 IPv4 address blocks. There are five remaining /8 blocks left, but looks like various RIRs have agreed that when this point is reached, each of the five RIRs is automatically allocated one of the remaining five /8 blocks. Thus, we’re done.
Welcome to the age of IPv6.
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