3.2 – IP Address, MAC Address & Ports

3.2 – IP Address, MAC Address & Ports
Internet Protocol Address (or IP Address) is a unique address that a computing device uses to identify itself and communicates with other devices in the Internet Protocol network. Any device connected to the IP network must have a unique IP address within its network. An IP address is analogous to a street address or telephone number in that it is used to uniquely identify a network device to deliver mail message, or call. The traditional IP Addresses (IPv4) uses a 32-bit number to represent an IP address, and it defines both network and host addresses. Due to IPv4 addresses running out,…
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