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Your IP address is a unique identifier assigned to all devices connected to the Internet. This address identifies your device and can be used by websites and services to identify you. An IP address is divided into two parts: a network address (such as 192.168.1.2) and a host address (such as 192.168.1.2). The network address corresponds to a location in the world, while the host address corresponds to a device connected to the Internet at that location. The primary purpose of an IP address is to provide a way for devices on the Internet to communicate with each other. When someone visits a website, their browser needs an IP address in order to locate that server on the Internet, so they can connect to it. When someone sends an email, they need an IP address in order to locate that server on the Internet, so they can connect to it. And when someone visits a remote website using a web browser, their computer needs an IP address in order to locate that server on the Internet, so it can connect to it.