An Internet exchange point, also known as an IP point, is the physical infrastructure by which Internet service providers exchange data among their local networks. The exchange point or IP point is a point in the network where a user can access the Internet, and there are typically one too many such points that allow for easy access to the Internet.
Since the exchange point or IP address is changing, there is a constant stream of data coming and going between the servers. As you are browsing through a website, it continually sends and receives data. When you enter a different IP address into the web browser, it will cause the browser to try and figure out who that IP address belongs to, and then it would ask your computer where that server is. If you have ever tried to figure out your IP address by typing it into a search engine, you would probably be met with an entire page full of numbers that you just don’t seem to understand. But with this software, you can enter your IP address and instantly answer that question.