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

> On Feb 13, 2019, at 5:01 PM, Noel Chiappa <jnc at mercury.lcs.mit.edu> wrote:
>> From: Craig Partridge
>> NAT was a product of the ROAD (Routing and Addressing) working group
> Err, I don't think so. AFAICR, the IETF stuck its head in the sand for a long
> time over NAT. (Which definitely has its downsides...)
>> I recall, NAT was Van Jacobson's idea
> He and Paul Francis/Tsuchiya independently invented it, I think? I first heard
> about it from Van at the IAB 'addressing/routing retreat', or whatever that
> meeting was called.

Paul acknowledges Van?s address reuse concept in RFC 1631 (NAT)