IP Address Information Tool

Welcome to our IP Address Information Tool! Knowing your IP address can be essential for various reasons, from networking troubleshooting to enhancing online security. With this tool, you can quickly identify details about your public IP address.

How to Use This Tool

Simply access this page or ask seolic bot, and we will automatically analyze your IP address. Below, you will find the details extracted from your IP:

Server-Side IP Address

Name IP-Address

Client-Side IP Address


What is an IP Address?

An IP (Internet Protocol) address is a unique string of numbers and decimals that identifies your device on the internet. It's like a digital address that allows data to find its way to your device.

Why Check Your IP Address?

Understanding your IP address allows you to:

  • Identify Network Issues: Diagnose connection problems and network settings.
  • Secure Your Online Activities: Monitor any suspicious activities linked to your IP address.
  • Geolocation: Know the approximate location related to the IP.

Understanding Your IP Address Details

Your IP address might include details like:

  • IP Version: IPv4 or IPv6
  • Public IP: Your internet-facing IP address
  • Location Information: Country, region, city, etc., if available

Please note that some details might not be available or might vary based on your internet service provider and network configuration.

IP Address Formats: IPv4 and IPv6

There are two primary formats for IP addresses: IPv4 and IPv6. Each format has its own structure and representation:

IPv4 (Internet Protocol Version 4)

This is a 32-bit format that is represented in four 8-bit blocks. Each block is displayed as a decimal number between 0 and 255 and separated by periods.

Example: 192.xxx.x.x

IPv6 (Internet Protocol Version 6)

This is a 128-bit format that is represented in eight 16-bit blocks. Each block is displayed as a four-character hexadecimal number and separated by colons.

Example: 2001:0db8:85a3:0000:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx

The primary reason for the introduction of IPv6 was the shortage of available IPv4 addresses. With IPv6, there are enough IP addresses to assign a unique address to every device on the planet.

Important Note on IP Addresses

When you retrieve a visitor's IP address using services or techniques, you might obtain their visible IP address. However, be aware that this may not necessarily be the actual IP address of the end user. Especially if the user is utilizing a proxy or VPN, the displayed IP address might differ from the user's genuine IP address. It's always crucial to act ethically and in compliance with data protection when dealing with user data.

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