Private IP Address

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Definition

An Internet address created strictly for use on an internal network. Private addresses are issued by a network device, like a router, which draws them from a set of addresses assigned to it by a DHCP server. To access the Internet, a private address is converted to a public IP address via a network address translation (NAT) service.

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