In IPv4, we use a subnet mask to identify the network that a device belongs to. But for IPv6, we use a prefix instead. How to Identify IPv6 Address on Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS:  1.0 Windows 1. Open a command prompt. 2. Type “ipconfig” and press Enter. 3. Locate Go ahead
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Devices that connect over the Internet rely on a system called IP addressing to find each other. Currently, there are two versions of IP addressing: IPv4 and IPv6. Let’s look into the future of IPv4 and IPv4 vs IPv6   IPv4, the older iteration, was developed in the 1970s and utilizes 32-bit Go ahead
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You’re probably at a point where your business growth is limited by the amount of IP addresses available to you. In the early days of the internet, a team of engineers developed IPv4. However, they did not foresee the growth of the Internet (Who could have?). Now, we are at Go ahead
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IPv4, based on a 32-bit system with four blocks of characters, provides approximately four billion addresses. However, with the increasing number of connected devices, IPv4 is no longer sufficient. IPv6, with its 128-bit system, offers an almost infinite number of IP addresses, thanks to eight hexadecimal character blocks. This long-term Go ahead
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When a device connects to a network, it needs to follow a certain standard. This standard, called Internet Protocol, allows a device to communicate with other devices. Whether it’s over the Internet or on a local network (like a home or office network), a device needs a network address. A Go ahead
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