What Is IPv6?

What is IPv6? Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) is the replacement for IPv4. Due to the exhaustion of IPv4 as well as our ever expansion of the Internet of Things (IoT), IP version 6 will allow many more devices to seamlessly connect to the internet. As this new version of IP addresses rolls out, here’s […]

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How to Find Your iPad’s IP Address

When your iPad connects to Wi-Fi, it’s assigned a local IP address by the router that controls the network to which you are connected. If you need to find the local IP address assigned to your iPad go to Settings and select Wi-Fi (should be just below Airplane Mode). Once selected, you should see the […]

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How to Find Your iPhone’s IP Address

When your iPhone connects to Wi-Fi, it’s assigned a local IP address by the router that controls the network to which you are connected. If you need to find the local IP address assigned to your iPhone go to Settings and select Wi-Fi (should be just below Airplane Mode). Once selected, you should see the […]

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What Is MAC Cloning?

MAC cloning can only be done at your router providing it has those capabilities. Most ISPs assign their IPs based on the MAC address in your equipment. If the MAC address of your router is 00-11-22-33-44-55 and you connect to your ISP, the DHCP server records your MAC and assigns an IP. If you disconnect […]

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What Is DHCP?

What Is DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) In simple terms, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) determines if an IP is static or dynamic and the length of time an IP address is assigned. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol is controlled by a server. A router can be a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol server, and on most […]

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