The assignment of IP addresses is managed by Internet Assigned Numbers Authority. Regional Internet Registries are responsible for specific regions of the World. They allocate IPv4 address blocks to Internet Service providers from United States.
A District Of Columbia IP address is assigned to an ISP or hosting provider that provides Internet services in United States. Further, ISPs and hosting services allocate IP addresses to their subscribers, private persons or companies.
The most common District Of Columbia IP address ranges have the following format:
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You may find above samples of IPv4 IP addresses blocks allocated for District Of Columbia, United States. The information is extracted from the IP2Location LITE IP database available from http://lite.ip2location.com. At this time, only IPv4 addresses are listed (no IPv6 addresses).