What is an IP address?
An IP (Internet Protocol) address is a unique identification number assigned to every device connected to the Internet. An IP address can often be used to track and identify a remote device. Using an IP address you can normally locate the region, country, and the Internet provider user is connected through.
An IP address consists of four blocks of numbers separated by periods similar to the following: e
IP address are used for website hosting, FTP, mail servers, remote connections, etc. Therefore, many users prefer a static IP address that is unique and constant. Whenever they need to connect to a remote device for any reason, the same IP address will be used. On the other hand, some users prefer a dynamic IP address that periodically changes for a simple reason, not to be tracked.
Because IP addresses can be masked and changed, the general information we provide on IP tracking should not be used for emergency purposes and does not guarantee the exact physical location of a particular user.
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