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[ih] When did "32" bits for IP register as "not enough"?

Craig Partridge <craig at tereschau.net> writes:

> On Wed, Feb 13, 2019 at 1:57 PM Brian E Carpenter
> <brian.e.carpenter at gmail.com> wrote:
>     But NAT for IP appeared *after* the concerns appeared. So I think
>     Scott's note
>     about Frank Skolensky's extrapolations was the correct answer to
>     Dave Taht's
>     question. (In my early IETF meetings I often had Sunday breakfast
>     with Frank,
> Yes. NAT was a product of the ROAD (Routing and Addressing) working
> group as was CIDR.
> As I recall, NAT was Van Jacobson's idea and CIDR, I think, was Jeff
> Mogul's idea. (Less sure re: CIDR --
> I do remember a talk by Van).

ROAD sounds like it was very effective wg.

While I'm at this, this is an open question on the CIDR talk page
on wikipedia. Who invented CIDR notation or made it become standard?


> Craig