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The '''Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA)'''( a subsidiary of ICANN) is the entity that manages the allocation of global [[IP Address]]es, [[Root Zone|root zone]] management related to [[DNS]] (Domain Name System) and other Internet Protocols ([[IP]]).  
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The '''Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA)''' is a department of ICANN that is responsible for coordinating the global pool of [[IP Address|IP Addresses]], managing the DNS [[Root Zone]] and maintaining the codes and numbers contained in many [[Internet Protocol|Internet Protocols]] (IP), in coordination with the [[IETF]].
    
IANA distributes blocks of [[IP]] addresses to the five (5) Regional Internet Registries ([[RIR]]s).  
 
IANA distributes blocks of [[IP]] addresses to the five (5) Regional Internet Registries ([[RIR]]s).  
Bureaucrats, Interface administrators, lookupuser, staff, Administrators, translator
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