What is a purpose of an IP address?
- It identifies the physical location of a data center.
- It identifies a location in memory from which a program runs.
- It identifies a return address for replying to email messages.
- It identifies the source and destination of data packets.
Explanation: Packets that are routed across the Internet contain source and destination IP addresses. These addresses are used to determine how the packets should be routed from source to destination by intermediate devices.
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