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If you are a regular user of the internet and have a good understanding of how the internet works, you might be well aware of the IP address. An IP address, often referred to as Internet protocol address is the address assigned to your computer when you get an internet connection. It is given to you by your internet service provider. Whenever you surf through the internet and send a request, the server takes your IP address with the request, and when it sends a response as it knows the IP address it sends the answer to you, otherwise it might be difficult for a server to send a reply as there are many requests at the same time.
After you understand the use of an IP address, you would also know that an IP address somewhat looks like 0.0.0.0 this, number ranging from 1-127 separated by periods. To alter the settings of your Wi-Fi, you will be given a custom IP address 127.198.60.1 which would work without an internet connection. Also, some ISPs use this IP address for the customer login.
Let's understand more about IP address.
As the IP address looks like 127.0.0.0 this, let me explain the classes of IP address first.
There are five classes of IP address:
Class A: It’s first bit always starts at 0, and the range is 0.0.0.0 to 127.0.0.0n with only 128 network address.
Class B: Its first bit starts at 1 with the second bit being 0, and the range of class B is 18.104.22.168 to 22.214.171.124 used by 16, 394 networks.
Class C: The first bit and the second-bit is 1, and the third bit is 0, with the range being 192.0.0.0 to 126.96.36.199 used by 2,097,152 networks.
Class D: In this class all the three bits are 1, and the fourth bit is 0, the range is 188.8.131.52 to 184.108.40.206 used among almost all multicasting tasks.
Class E: We can use this class for experimental purposes.
Now, as we have discussed the classes above, it is entirely known that large organisations use classes A and B and smaller organisations use class C, most of them being an IP address.
This IP address is most of the times users share dynamic, and once the user stops using the internet, it is assigned to some other user. In this way, the dynamic IP address is shared on the same network. The best thing about this IP address is it is cheaper when compared to others.
Now, using a dynamic IP address might cause problems when you own a website as many people are sharing the IP address if one of the sites in the network gets blacklisted then your website also gets blacklisted. Search engines not only blacklist the particular website but also blacklist that specific IP address used by the website.
You can check which websites use the same IP address as yours online for free.
Go to your search engine search for any Class C IP Checker and get on anyone. Now enter the URL of your website, and it displays the IP address along with the sites using that dynamic IP address. It also shows the status of the website.
By using a bulk checker, you can get the details of almost ten websites at a time.
Now once you have known the number of users on your IP address, you can own a static IP address for your personal use, if you want your business or blogs to be secure. If you are a regular user who does not use the internet heavily, then you can have your dynamic IP address as it is cheap and provides excellent service.