What is an IP (Internet Protocol)?

Every second, 24,000 GB of data flows through the Internet. IP (Internet Protocol) is what makes it possible that all this data arrives at the right destination. IP is a protocol that sets routing and addressing rules for data packets, or smaller pieces of data that go through the Internet.

Each data packet carries IP information along with it, which tells routers exactly where they should send that packet.

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