IP (short for Internet Protocol) is method by which information is sent between any two objects (website, user, computer) on the Internet. An IP address is used to identify an object at given moment. So, every web site has at least an IP address.
However, this may not mean a lot in practice, depending on what you're trying to accomplish. For example, websites may have multiple IP addresses, because of redundancy or because they're being served out of multiple datacenters. Additionally, it is possible for a single IP address to be assigned to a web server which hosts multiple websites.
Also, websites and computers connected to the Internet may have one or both types of IP addresses: IP version 4 (IPv4) and/or IP version 6 (IPv6).
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OpUtils IP Address Management (IPAM) provides a centralized management of the IP address space, including IPv4 and IPv6 Address Management. IP manager software helps network engineers to identify whether an IP Address is currently available or not, in an enterprise network. The IP Address Manager tool periodically scans a subnet and provides the availability status of IP addresses in that subnet. One can check whether a particular IP is reserved or available using IP manager tool. The tool accepts multiple subnet inputs, which helps in scanning the entire network to get the status of the IP addresses.Read More
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