Overview#I-number or (i-num) is a Unique Identifier within the current Context.
I-number is a method to use Best Practices For Unique Identifiers.IP Addresses) that are assigned to a resource (for instance, a person, organization, application or file) and never reassigned. This means an I-number can always be used to address a network representation of the resource as long it remains available anywhere on the network. I-numbers, like IP addresses, are designed to be efficient for network routers to process and resolve. Extensible Resource Identifier system for consistent naming across the Internet.
For example, if a web page has an I-number, and links to that page use the i-number, then those links will not break even if the page is renamed, the website containing the page is completely reorganized, or the page is moved to another website.LDAP implementations are designed using a I-number or a UUID for naming the LDAP Entries within the LDAP server Context. Using the Best Practices For Unique Identifiers File System that uses inode