IP address

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An IP address is a numerical label assigned to devices part of one computer network using as communication mean Internet protocol. An IP address has two main functions inside a computer network:

  • host or identifier of network interface;
  • addressing location.

Each computer (known as host) on the Internet has a least one unique IP address identifying it from other online computers.

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