The Internet Ran Out Of IP Address

IP address or the internet protocol address is a unique set of numerical that is assigned to you or your computer, which is traceable when you browse the internet, but what is interesting is that even websites have a unique IP address, and what seen more interesting – the internet just ran out of those unique numbers. With only 4.2 billion possible addresses, it was only time when we ran out of these unique set of numbers. But while this was a matter of great concern there was a solution to it almost instantly- IPv6 another set of numerical, but this time much larger than the plain IP set. It is estimated that there are around 340 undecillion possibilities, so running out of these should not be major concern at least for a while now. Love to explore more? Visit GhostProxies.

The Internet Ran Out Of IP Address


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