ByeBye v4 4+

Hurricane Electric, LLC

Designed for iPad

    • 5.0 • 3 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

Are you ready for the end of IPv4 address availability?

IPv4 addresses are running out. Estimates currently have the available IPv4 address pools allocated to the regional registries starting to run out in 2011. Track the rate of IPv4 allocations easily with this application.

Is the progress of IPv6 deployment and usage important to you?

IPv6 is the next-generation IP protocol with a significantly expanded address space. IPv6 includes additional enhancements to security, management and network design. Track the growth of IPv6 deployments with ease. Links to a number of IPv6 informational sites and videos are also included.

What’s New

Version 2.2.8

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

- Updates for iOS11 and general optimizations

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

Memory Junkie ,

RIPE NCC

RIPE NCC counts now show a negative number.

Alien2thisWorld ,

Nice presentation

I have watched these stats in a browser for a while, but it is great to have them on my phone now too. Thanks!

Krellan ,

Shows count of addresses remaining at 5 registries, that's about it

When I saw a update for this app on the App Store, at first I was excited, but then realized it was only to add iPhone 5 display sizing, as is required of all apps in the App Store these days.

I'm glad they now show the IPv4 addresses remaining at the 5 regional distributors of IPv4 addresses: ARIN and so on. Even though IANA is out, these regional registries still have a few addresses left.

This app does its job, however it doesn't really provide much benefit to the user. As others have said, it would be nice for them to throw in some sysadmin tools such as IPv4 and IPv6 subnet calculators, or whatever else they might deem useful. The IANA page on the app is useless, as it's always 0 these days. The Hurricane Electric page is just a global map showing Hurricane Electric's physical locations, useful only as advertising material to demonstrate Hurricane Electric's very good global connectivity. The user can't interact with this page in any way, though.

The most useful page is the readout of the 5 regional registries, which could be accomplished with a simple webpage. It doesn't need to be an app. Since Apple only allows 11 pages of apps (even on iPad!), I can't justify this app remaining on my device.

App Privacy

The developer, Hurricane Electric, LLC, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

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