What is IP Recognition?
IP recognition is an authenticating process that some websites use to filter
out unwanted users. The IP address is usually expressed in dot notation, e.g.
184.108.40.206. The address can be split into a network number (or network
address) and a host number unique to each host on the network and sometimes
also a subnet address. Institutions such as libraries or corporations with many
terminals operating on one site usually have an IP range. To find out what is
the IP range of your institution contact your IT department.
Your IP Address is: 10.223.129.207