Internet is a large network interconnecting the computing devices worldwide. It enables wired or wireless mode of communication through which one can receive, transmit information that can be used for single or multiple operations. Functionalities like World Wide Web and E-Mails are the heart of the internet.
Every device that connects to the internet needs an Internet Protocol address which is dynamically assigned by Internet Assigned Number Authority (IANA). Every country has its own internet regulatory authority which synchronizes the IP address assignment with the IANA. For any internet device, the moment it connects to the internet, the Internet Service Provider or the ISP assigns an IP address which becomes the identity of the device and facilitated unrestricted data transfer from all over the world.
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