IP stands for Internet Protocol. It is an internet layer protocol. IP is the standard method for transporting data between computers on the Internet. IP encodes data in the form of packets, a linear sequence of bytes of a known length. Each packet contains a header section at the beginning that includes the addresses of the source and destination computer, as well as error detection data.
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Connected - The IP Protocol
Section 3 of "Connected: An Internet Encyclopedia" discusses datagrams and streams, subnetting, and the delivery model.
How to find a host's geographical location ?
How do I find the geographical location of a host, given its IP address ?
Information on how to hide one's IP address, reviews of various services and tools.
IP Address How To
Free IP address "How To" tutorials.
IP and Routing Docs and Tools
Routing overview, bridging, TCPDump and related topics.
IP Performance Metrics Charter
IP Performance Metrics (IPPM) Working Group at IETF.
IP Self Test
This 18-question online quiz tests your knowledge of the nuts and bolts of Internet Protocol.
The IPv4 Depletion Site
Provides information about IPv4 depletion.
Museum of Broken Packets
Collection of broken, malformed, or peculiar packets found on the Internet, with theories as to how they came to be.
RFC 791 - Internet Protocol
Request For Comments 791 documents the fundamental workings of IP.
TCP/IP and IMS Sequence Diagrams
TCP/IP tutorials with sequence diagrams.
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