Each computer has its own network card – IP, designed specifically for searching, receiving and transmitting information. The IP address on the PC can be local, dynamic, or static. The latter is fixed directly to the device and remains unchanged.
Dynamic is provided by providers: it changes every time you disconnect from the network and connect to it again. Local is designed to connect peripheral devices in one territory (it can be a home network, office or an entire enterprise), as well as to create local networks. Depending on what kind of IP a person is using, you can determine his exact location or the zone from which he goes to the Internet. Continue reading