Is it correct that mobile phones utilise their own public IP address to connect to the internet via Mobile Data?
Ans- Your internet activity is routed via them, and they use your IP address to return it to you. If you connect to the internet using mobile data, the mobile network provides your phone an ISP address.
Because it is constantly linked to a router, which provides it a private IP address, the desktop never uses its public address?
Ans- Every device on the Internet has two IP addresses: one that is public and one that is private. In your house, your router connects to the Internet using your public IP address, which is issued by your ISP. To build a local network, your router distributes private IP addresses to PCs and other devices. Only your public address is accessible outside of your network, and it is the only one that may be connected to your house. Your mobile devices, like computers, have both public and private IP addresses.
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