IP

The Internet Protocol (IP) is a communications protocol used to connect computers across a network, specifically the internet. IP consists of rules and regulations for transmission of packets across a network including routing and addressing. IP ensures that the packets of data that travel across a network arrive at the correct location.

IP information, such as IP addresses and routing protocols, is attached to each packet to help routers direct the packets to the right destination.

IP Articles

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Test latency to Paperspace regions.
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