Private Networks

Private networks are quite common in home and office local area network (LAN) designs, as many organizations do not see a need for globally unique IP addresses for every computer, printer and other devices that the organizations use.

In internet terminology private networks are typically a computer network that uses private IP address space. Computers may be allocated addresses from this address space when it is necessary for them to communicate with other computing devices on an intranet network (internal private computer network that uses the Internet Protocol).

Private networks are quite common in home and office local area network (LAN) designs, as many organizations do not see a need for globally unique IP addresses for every computer, printer and other devices that the organizations use. Private IP addresses were created due to the shortage of publicly registered IP addresses created by the Ipv4 standard. One of the reasons Ipv6 was created is to overcome this limitation of the Ipv4 standard. However Ipv6 still did not achieve a widespread use.

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