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Questions tagged [ip-address]

For questions about Internet Protocol addresses, both IPv4 and IPv6, and how they can be applied to IoT devices.

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How does IPFS resolve peer hashes to IP addresses?

Wasn’t sure what site to post this on, but it seemed thematically closest to this one as it involves networking with “things” that may have changing IP addresses. I’ve recently been researching IPFS, ...
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How to connect 1 million devices over Layer 3 IP-protocol

I have edited the question after reading about MAC-to-MAC protocol (RMII/MII) here: https://community.nxp.com/thread/316374. My IOT device looks like a USB stick. I am building a datacenter for 1 ...
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Call home network IP from anywhere

I'm trying to connect with my NodeMCU through internet using a web app developed by me, what I already achieved was to control it through wifi in the same network using a static IP (which still wasn't ...
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Remote access through carrier-grade NAT [duplicate]

I have an IoT device that is connected via an LTE gateway. The LTE ISP uses carrier-grade NAT, which seems to be increasingly common and hard to avoid in the US. I need to access the device remotely ...
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How to find remote thing's IP address?

I have a physically remote thing. It's on someone else's network so I can't get a static IP address for it. What is the best way to track its IP address? I can imagine just publishing a "heartbeat" ...
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Connect Onion Omega2 to static ethernet [closed]

I can't get my Onion Omega2 to connect to my ethernet via a static IP address and two DNS addresses. To connect my PC, I have to set the following: IP address: 82.149.xxx.xxx subnet mask: 255.255.255....
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Why would IPv6 be necessary for the IoT?

I recently ran across this quote from Security Intelligence about the Internet of things and IPv6: Analysts predict that there will be 30 billion connected “things” by 2020, yet the IPv4 address ...