LACNIC’s IPv4 address pool is now down to 8,388,606 addresses, which is equivalent to a /9. This fact triggers a new phase of the IPv4 exhaustion plan designed by LACNIC for Latin America and the Caribbean based on the policies approved by the regional community. This phase, which will extend from the moment when there are 8,388,606 available IPv4 addresses until only 4,194,302 remain, or, in other words, while LACNIC’s pool of available IPv4 resources goes from a /9 to a /10, is referred to as Phase 1. From now on, the application analysis and evaluation process will become increasingly strict.
For more information, please see http://www.lacnic.net/web/lacnic/agotamiento-ipv4