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Local IP networks, often referred to as local area networks (LANs), are fundamental to modern computing environments. They provide a way for devices within a limited area, such as a home, office, or building, to connect and communicate with each other. At the heart of these networks are private IP addresses, which are distinct from public IP addresses used on the internet. A local IP network is a system where various devices such as computers, smartphones, printers, and other smart devices are interconnected within a confined space. This network is isolated from the global internet, providing a secure environment for internal communications and resource sharing.

Popular private IP networks

Some of the most used private IP networks for configuring your home network are: