The Beginner’s Guide to IP Addresses

IP address: What is it? An IP address is short for Internet Protocol Address. Numbers designated to various computer network interfaces are known as IP addresses. Computers rely on binary number to communicate with other hosts. You might be accessing ww.mysite.com, but the computer translates this into a number to perform the desired action.

Read More

Mythbusting: IPv4 Edition

You could be accessing the internet with a unique address without complete knowledge about it. Even with the advance resources at our disposal, technology remains a mystery for many. Technological advancements are often clouded by numerous misconceptions, due to lack of knowledge or exposure to a system. Let’s debunk some common myths about IP addresses.

Read More

What’s Stopping The Migration From IPv4 to IPv6

What will the world do if the address space was exhausted and no new hosts could access the internet? Life without internet is hard to imagine, but like natural resources, people might be exhausting the Internet capacity.

Read More

Exploring The Differences Between IPv4 & IPv6 – Infographic

Organizations interested in adopting IPv6 have to make huge investments initially towards IPv6 compatible hardware and software solutions.

Read More

The Evolution of IPv4 Address Blocks

Internet Protocol (IP) is a system that identifies hardware connected to the internet with a unique address. The abbreviation used for internet protocol version 4 is IPv4. It is the commonly used route for today’s internet traffic, along with IPv6.

Read More