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This page provides an overview of the number of IP addresses used in
every country of the world. The numbers are generated from information
published by the Regional Internet Registries (AfriNIC, APNIC, ARIN, 
LACNIC and RIPE NCC) published on their FTP servers. This information
is retrieved at least once a week.

Provide a start and/or stop date to generate an overview of the IPv4
address space given out after the start date (inclusive) and/or
before the stop date (exclusive). Date format is year (YYYY),
year and month (YYYYMM) or year, month and day (YYYYMMDD).
Start date >=
End date <
Total number of IPv4 addresses: 2^32: 4294967296 4294.97 million Class D+E: 536870912 - 536.87 million - Nets 0 and 127: 33554432 - 33.55 million - RFC 1918: 17891328 - 17.89 million - ---------- --------------- - Usable: 3706650624 3706.65 million Pie chart of IP addresses per country IPv4 addresses per country: Country Country code Addresses Per capita
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Last RIR data import: 01 Jan 1970 01:00:00 local time.