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Any device that connects to other devices on the Internet gets a unique IP address. In order for the systems to be distributed to each other on distributed networks, such as the Internet, each node in the network receives a unique address.
This address is known as "IP address" or "IP". The IP address is a 32-bit binary address that consists of two sub-addresses that identify the network and its host. The IP address consists of four sets of numbers ranging from 0 to 255, separated by (.) In decimal form. For example, 220.127.116.11 is a valid IP address.
Classes A and B are for very large and medium-sized organizations. Class C is the most popular class of addresses for small businesses and the most commonly used IP addresses. Small and medium-sized ISPs acquire a pool of Class C IPs that they assign to their clients. ISPs provide their customers with dynamic (common) IPs. The reason for this is that as they are common, they are cheaper and more popular.