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Question:

What addressing scheme would you recommend in the situation that Hannah's new clothing company is rapidly expanding, and she plans to launch 300 new retail stores in the next five years. All of these locations would need multiple public IP addresses per store, but they currently only have four. She would like to introduce a new system in which she would not be bound by IP addresses in the near future.

A IPv6 addressing
Explaination

For quite some time now, the public IPv4 address space has been depleted, which means that all of these addresses have been purchased or allocated, usually by an Internet Service Provider (ISP). Many technically savvy businesses have already begun the transition to IPv6, which has a potential address space of 340 undecillion, or 2 to the 128th power (yes, a lot of addresses).