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* Do you know what IPv4 and IPv6 are?
Suggested article: IPv4 vs IPv6 and where did IPv5 go?
The Internet Protocol address, also more commonly known as IP address, is a numerical label. It serves to help with the connection of a device to a computer network. In addition, IP addresses are assigned to assist with identifying the various devices. There are two versions of Internet Protocols - IPv4 and IPv6.
- IPv4 probably is the more popular version of the two. The reason is because it is the first one. It was deployed for production in 1983 in the ARPANET. This version of the IP address uses 32-bit addresses.
Example of IPv4: 124.7.521.196
- IPv6, on the other hand, is the newest version of the Internet Protocol. It was developed based on the need for more unique addresses. The number of devices is growing, and each of them requires an IP address. In addition, this version uses 128-bit addressing and makes it capable of answering the need for more IPs.
Example of IPv6: 2001:0db8:0000:0042:0000:8a2e:0370:7334
We suggest you take a look and read more about IPv4 and IPv6, and understand where did IPv5 go.