IPv6 is big.

Well I was looking up information about IPv6 today, and wikipedia as usual had a very intresting article about IPv6. Here’s an intresting quote: “while IPv6 supports about 3.4 × 1038 (340 undecillion) addresses — about 4.3 × 1020 (430 quintillion) addresses per square inch (6.7 × 1017 (670 quadrillion) addresses/mm²) of the Earth’s surface.”. Thats 430 quintillion address per square inch (FYI A Quintillion is 10^18). Lets stop for...