Chris Rogen | U.S. Green Building Council
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Chris Rogen

There are probably millions of devices that share the same address in the private network, but they never come into conflict with each other because these IPs are used only for communication within the network. To go beyond your private network outside the IP address range and browse the Internet, you have to use a firewall, proxy or router. Every PC gets the IP address from the router via DHCP protocol, which basically means your PC will get a temporarily reserved address and use it to register on the network.