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About My IP Address

What’s my IP Address?

Your Internet Protocol (IP) address is a unique number devices use to communicate and identify with each other through the internet network, similar to a mailing address. Data and information passes through from one device to another after identifying the IP address' of both sender and receiver. Your IP address can be viewed from the public, allowing others to see where you are, where your device is located, and other information that passes through that address.

An IP address is a unique numeric label used to identify computers in a Domain Name System (DNS) network. It consists of 4 groups of numbers, each between 0 and 255, separated by periods. They are the numeric counterpart to domain names and are converted by computers to locate resources associated with domain names on the internet. For example, if you were to type’s IP address into your web browser, you would end up at our website.

How IP addresses work on Google

An Internet Protocol (IP) address is used to connect to the Internet and identify devices so that computers, like desktops, mobile devices, and servers can communicate with each other. 

An IP address is assigned to your device by your Internet Service Provider, like your cable, telephone, wireless, or carrier company, and is a requirement to use the internet. IP addresses are how computers on the internet recognize one another to send websites or services back and forth. When you visit a website, like, your Internet Service Provider uses your IP address to make sure opens on the device that you’re using

What is a public IP address?

A public IP is the identification assigned by your internet provider to be recognized on the Internet . Just like you, you can’t go outside with the car without a license plate, you can’t go online without a reference or identification.

Normally these IP addresses are usually rotated by your ISP (internet provider) every time you restart the router or from time to time. These IP addresses are known as dynamic IP addresses  . If for some reason we need to have a static or fixed IP address  for a device, we must contact the ISP and request that they put it manually.

How can I find out what my IP address is?

If for some reason you need to know what your public IP address is, we, who always help customers and non-customers, explain it step by step. You can use one of our tools that tells you at all times what your IP is. To do this, access this page. Upon entering, a little below, you will see your public IP

What are IPv4 and IPv6 IP addresses?

If already explaining what IP addresses are a bit messy, imagine when I explain now what IPv6 addresses are . As it turns out, IPv4 addresses are what we have been seeing now and IPv6 addresses are a new type of protocol that comes to replace IPv4 because there are almost no IPv4 addresses left and you have to jump to IPv6 addresses. We are not going to go into much matter, I just want to leave as a curious fact:

While  IPv4  supports 4,294,967,296 (2 32 ) addresses, which is just under 4.3 billion, IPv6 offers 3.4 x 10 38  (2 128 ) addresses, a number similar to 6.67126144781401e + 23  IP addresses  for each square meter on the surface of the Land.

Curious, right? IPv6 addresses are the future. Well, rather the present already. Its composition is different from that of IPv4 addresses, since the former play with alphanumeric characters . Therefore, the combinations are endless.