A Verizon Fios IPv4 /23 dedicated IP range refers to a block of IP addresses provided by Verizon specifically for a customer’s use. The /23 notation signifies that it consists of 512 individual IP addresses, ranging from x.x.x.0 to x.x.x.255, where each “x” represents a number from 0 to 255.
This dedicated IP range is allocated exclusively to a customer, meaning that they have full control and ownership over these addresses. It allows the customer to assign unique IP addresses to their devices, such as computers, servers, or networking equipment, within their network.
Having a dedicated IP range offers several benefits, including improved security, easier access control, and the ability to host services or websites that require a fixed IP address. It gives the customer flexibility in managing their network and enables them to establish a stable online presence.
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