What are the different IP types?
IP stands for Internet Protocol and an IP address is a personal address used by any device connected to the internet.
What is an IP used for?
An IP is a unique identifier providing information such as the location and carrier of a user. This information is used by a target website to understand where the user is coming from and display information accordingly.
What types of IPs are available?
Datacenter: An IP assigned from a Data center Server, not associated with an ISP.
Types: Shared, Dedicated, Exclusive
Residential: An IP assigned from an internet service provider to a user.
Types: Shared, Exclusive and Static Residential IPs
Mobile: A 3G/4G connection assigned from a carrier to a user.
Types: Shared, Exclusive
Shared: The IPs are clustered in a shared pool for everyone to use
Exclusive: You are the only one using that IP for the specified domain
Static: The IP does not change.
These days there is a growing need for using mass IP addresses to power meta-search engines of online operations. This can include everything from Travel Fare Aggregation, Retail Price Comparison, Global web testing, Ad verification, Social Media Monitoring, Market Research etc.
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Data center (shared and exclusive)
Static residential (residential IPs assigned by an ISP for commercial use)
Residential P2P real user IPs
– Country, city and ASN Targeting
– Country, City and Carrier Targeting