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IP address

n
(Computer Science) computing internet protocol address: the numeric code that identifies all computers that are connected to the internet
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IP address

[aɪˈpiːəˌdres] N (Comput) =Internet Protocol addressdirección f IP

IP address

n (Comput, Internet) → IP-Adresse f
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The CIDR was established in 1996 as a joint effort of eight NIH institutes and is supported through a contract to The Johns Hopkins University.
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