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: A protocol for addressing hosts and routing datagrams (i.e., packets) from a source host to the destination host across one or more IP networks.
 
: A protocol for addressing hosts and routing datagrams (i.e., packets) from a source host to the destination host across one or more IP networks.
 
;{{Anchor|IP Address|Internet Protocol Address}}Internet Protocol (IP) Address
 
;{{Anchor|IP Address|Internet Protocol Address}}Internet Protocol (IP) Address
: A unique identifier for a device on an IP network, including the Internet.<ref>Internet Assigned Numbers Authority, [https://www.iana.org/glossary Glossary of terms].</ref>
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: A unique identifier for a device on an IP network, including the Internet.<ref>Internet Assigned Numbers Authority, Glossary of terms available at: www.iana.org/ glossary.</ref>
 
;{{Anchor|ISP|Internet Service Provider}}Internet Service Provider (ISP)
 
;{{Anchor|ISP|Internet Service Provider}}Internet Service Provider (ISP)
 
: An organisation that provides the network connectivity that enables computer network users to access the Internet.
 
: An organisation that provides the network connectivity that enables computer network users to access the Internet.

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