What's The Website IP Address?

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are IP addresses tied to URLs?

An IP address is a numerical address assigned to a device connected to the internet.  A URL (Uniform Resource Locator) is the web address associated with a website.

URLs are translated into IP addresses by Domain Name System (DNS) servers. When a user types a URL into their web browser, the browser contacts the DNS server and requests the IP address associated with the URL. The DNS server then provides the browser with the corresponding IP address, allowing the browser to connect to the correct website.

What is an IP Address?

An IP address (Internet Protocol address) is a numerical label assigned to each device connected to a computer network that uses the Internet Protocol for communication. An IP address serves two main functions: host or network interface identification and location addressing.

How do IP addresses work?

IP addresses are arranged in a hierarchical structure, with each section of the address representing different levels of the network. This hierarchy is based on the class of the IP address; there are three different classes of IP addresses: A, B, and C. Each class of IP address has a specific set of rules that determine how the address is structured and how it can be used.

For example, a Class A IP address is used for large networks and is composed of eight bits, each representing a different network. The first bit identifies the network, while the remaining seven bits identify the specific host within that network. Class B and C IP addresses are used for smaller networks, with the first two and three bits, respectively, identifying the network, and the remaining bits identifying the specific host.