Private Network

A that is connected to the Internet but uses its own separate range of IP addresses is known as a private network. These addresses are often used in local area networks (LANs), which are common in residential, business, and industrial environments. Both the IPv4 and IPv6 protocols include provisions for defining private IP address ranges. There is no hierarchy of corporations in which an address belongs on a private network. Anyone has the ability to use these addresses without the approval of the relevant regional or local Internet registries. At first, the intention behind the creation of private IP address spaces was to assist in delaying the expiration of IPv4 numbers. is not possible for the public Internet to forward IP packets that originate from or are destined for a private IP address.


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