What’s my IP Address?
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What is your IP address?
Every device on the Internet has an IP address that is unique to each provider. It is now easy to get your IP address using this page created by EASY WEB.
What is an IP address?
The Internet Protocol (IP address) address is a unique number assigned to all devices (such as a computer, tablet, or telephone) when connected to the Internet.
IPv4 and IPv6 addresses
Two versions of Internet Protocol are already in use, IP version 4 (IPv4) and IP version 6 (IPv6). They have two main functions: location identification and addressing.
The main difference between IPv4 and IPv6 is the number of possible addresses. IPv4 allows only about 4 billion, as it uses only 32 bits. IPv6 was introduced in 1995 to ensure that the world will not end soon: IPv6 uses 128 bits, resulting in 3.4 x 1038 possible addresses
Everyone online has a public IP address
To use the Internet, all connected devices must have a public IP address. The IP address allows two devices – the sender and the recipient of Internet communications – to find and exchange information with each other.
The setting is similar to real address systems. For example, if you need to subscribe to a magazine, the magazine distributor (sender) will need your address to send you (the recipient) your copies. Without your address, distributors would not know where to send the magazine.
The same goes for the internet. Without an IP address, two devices would not be able to find and exchange information with each other.
Public and private / internal IP address
Unlike public IP addresses, private IP addresses are used by private networks to identify and share information between computers and devices (such as printers) that are not directly connected to the Internet.
Laptop with private IP address, router with public IP address and cloud representing the Internet.
Each computer or device on your home network has a unique private IP address so that it can communicate with everyone else, but nothing outside the local network can see or connect to them.
Your router assigns a private IP address to everything on your home network via DHCP. Some number ranges are only available for use as a private IP address.
What information does the IP address give me?
Each IP address provides the following information:
- The hostname of the IP
- The name of the ISP
- The country in which it is located
- Region / District
- Latitude and longitude of the location
- The area code for this region
- All services that work on this IP address
- What will I not get from the IP address?
The IP address does NOT contain the following information:
- Name of person
- Exact location or street address
- Phone number
- Email address
This is done for data privacy and security of users like you.
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