If you’re like most people, the internet is a huge part of your life. It’s how you connect with friends and family, it’s how you keep up with the news and even how you learn about new things. But what is it exactly? What does this thing we call “the internet” actually do? Well, for one thing, it allows us to surf the web by connecting us through networks of computers all over the world! The simple answer is that there are two types of IP (Internet Protocol) addresses: public and private. Public IP addresses are assigned by ISPs (Internet Service Providers), while private IP addresses are assigned by organizations on their internal networks or within their intranets
To understand what an IP address is and why should care about them keep reading…
An IP address is a unique identifier for each device on the internet.
An IP address is a unique identifier for each device on the internet. It’s not exactly an email address or phone number, but it can be used to locate any computer or other device that’s connected to the web.
An IP address is assigned by Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and is unique for each user or device, so if you have two computers in your home and both are connected to your ISP via Ethernet cables, then both will receive an IP address from them when they start up their connection.
IP addresses are 32-bit numbers ranging from 0-255; although there are only 4 billion possible combinations, most of these have already been allocated by IANA (The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority).
IP addresses are assigned by Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and are unique for each user or device.
IP addresses are assigned by ISPs and are unique for each user or device.
An IP …