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IP address identifies and gives us the ability to communicate with each other on a computer network.
My IP address information also shows my location; city, region, country.It gives ISP and location on a map. Many proxy servers, VPNs and Tor exit nodes give themselves away.
Knowing my IP address is useful for online gaming, tech support, using remote desktop connections, connecting to a security camera DVR, anonymity or even running an email server. IP address lookup is one of free tools with which one I can check my public IPv4 and IPv6 address is revealing about me!
All computers with IP addresses have an IPv4 address, and many are starting to use the new IPv6 address system as well.
Here is the diference between them. IPv4 uses 32 binary bits to create a single unique address on the network. An IPv4 address is expressed by four numbers separated by dots. Each number is the decimal (base-10) representation for an eight-digit binary (base-2) number, also called an octet. IPv6 uses 128 binary bits to create a single unique address on the network. An IPv6 address is expressed by eight groups of hexadecimal (base-16) numbers separated by colons. Groups of numbers that contain all zeros are often omitted to save space, leaving a colon separator to mark the gap.
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