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* Do you know what IPv4 and IPv6 are?

Suggested article: IPv4 vs IPv6 and where did IPv5 go?

The IP address is also known as an Internet Protocol address. It is represented with a numerical label. Every device that is connected to a computer network has assigned such an IP address. If you view some network settings, every time there are IPv4 or IPv6. So, let's see what they mean.

  • IPv4 - This is the earliest version of IP. It was deployed for production in 1983 in the ARPANET and is the most popular Internet Protocol version. It successfully identifies devices on a network applying an addressing system.
  • IPv6 - This is the newest version of the Internet Protocol. The IPv6 version uses 128-bit addressing. For comparison, the IPv4 address uses 32-bit addresses. It is capable of providing many possible addresses for the needs of the growing number of devices.

An example of IPv4: 124.7.521.196
An example of IPv6: 2001:0db8:0000:0042:0000:8a2e:0370:7334

We recommend you the following article to learn more about IPv4 and IPv6 and what happened to IPv5.