Anthony Brooks writes:
> Technically speaking, anyone who is communicating (transmitting or
> receiving) data using a device that has an Internet Protocol
> address is on the Internet. That is, all devices communicating
> over the Net has a unique IP address. If you do not have one, you
> can not be a "member" on the Net and use its services.
Do all Internet services require the user to have an IP number? When
I send an email, for example, does the receiving system need to know
my IP number, or simply the IP number of my SMTP server?
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