Packet loss refers to the percentage of data lost while travelling between your device and internet servers. For example, when your audio breaks up during a video call, that's usually due to packet loss. The more packet loss you have, the higher your jitter will be. And all this leads to a poor connection.
One of the most common causes of packet loss is network congestion, or when many people use the internet simultaneously.
An IP (Internet Protocol) Address is a unique number your ISP assigns to your broadband network. Web servers use it to identify your devices so you can send and receive data via the internet.
You can use Glimp's IP Address Checker to find out yours.
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