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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 database of IP address accounting should contain all IP addresses of telecom operator, actual addresses and users of each IP address.
Finding your IP address is not as hard as it used to be.
We will begin our discussion with the IP address system.
The IP address is a hierarchical one that helps systems direct data where it needs to go; the specific, unique MAC address assigned to each device ensures that each machine is uniquely identified.
To check the IP scheme for your computer, see the steps found under "How to Check Your IP Address Configuration" at the end of these instructions.
03's four new spam-blocking features: Identify adult subjects even if subject line is using an alternate character set or Base 64 encoding; automatically add a sender's IP address to the spam content category of the integrated content filter database if the majority of e-mail from that address is spam; conduct a DNS query on known spam URLs and add the corresponding IP addresses to the spam category in the content filter database; and check the IP addresses of unknown URLs to determine whether they are from a spam-categorized IP address.
An IP address specifies a connection to the Internet and identifies the computer that is using the connection.
Having a dynamic IP address creates a problem when hosting a server, but the TZO service solves that problem.
From there, the stolen PC's location can be discovered in two ways: through the Automatic Number Identification or IP address.
There is an ever-growing plethora of IP-based applications and devices, each of which requires an IP address that defines the application's or device's place on the network and allows people to access information through them.
This book will be the first covering the subject of IP address management (IPAM).
Think of them as the internet's version of a footprint, or a zip code, an IP address informs anyone with the right software information about a user's location, internet service provider, and much more.