The robust address space available with IPv6 permits homes and devices, as typical Internet use models, to have greater than one address, and of different scopes, for different reasons. Using this advantage of IPv6, the author(s) provide a view of address allocation, where we compare the ratio of address space per country and population depicting what would be required to reach just 20% penetration globally.

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