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What is an IP address?

Every computer that will join the Internet has an IP (Internet Protocol) address that makes it distinguishable from others, as do phone numbers. An IP address consists of four groups of numbers separated by periods, each of which is called an octed. Thus, an IP address is a 32-bit number consisting of 4 octets (groups of 8). They are written in decimal to make it easier to read. However, in order to analyze IP better, it is necessary to convert each octet to 8-bit (1 byte) values.

Some IP numbers are reserved for use in local networks. You cannot access the internet with these IPs. These addresses are called “Private Addresses”.

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The IP addresses we use on the Internet are called “Public Addresses”.