Public Internet addresses are unique permanent addresses assigned to Internet connected devices so that they can be independently identified and located on the Internet. Servers and systems with public IP addresses can be used to host digital resources (e.g. websites and repositories) that are published for access within the campus, as well as off-campus using Internet Connection.
KENET manages IP addressing space (IPv4 and IPv6 addresses) on behalf of its member institutions connected to the KENET network. Each member is assigned a minimum of 256(/24) publicly routable IPv4 range of IP addresses.