What is my IP?
Wether you have a static or dynamic IP, you can use this tool to show your IPaddress. Also works with the new IP address range (IPv6).
Your IP is:
Computers connected to a TCP/IP Ethernet or network (like the internet) are identified by their IP address. This unique identifier works like a telephone number, and is used to address data sent over the network for a specific receiver.
There's two versions of IP addresses currently in use; IP version 4 (IPv4) and the newer IP version 6 (IPv6). Most computers currently connected to the internet have an IPv4 address, but since the internet grew so much, we've run out of unique IPv4 addresses on Februari 3rd, 2011. Hence its successor, 6 IP addresses have a much higher capacity and many are starting to use these addresses as well.
IPv4 uses 32 bits (4 bytes) for one unique network address. Each byte represents a number between 0 and 255, and is separated by a dot. For example 127.0.0.1 (localhost). This allows a total of about 4 billion unique addresses.
IPv6 uses 128 bits (16 bytes) to represent one unique IP address. An IPv6 address uses 8 groups of 2 bytes, each representing one hexadecimal number of 4 character-spaces separated by colons (4 x 4 bits = 16 bits = 2 bytes). The hexadecimal system uses 16 instead of 10 chars; '0123456789abcdef' so a IPv6 address looks like:
The IPv6 system has a capacity of 1632 unique addresses, which is somewhere around 50x1024 per person so it should be enough for a while. Zero fields may be left away to preserve space in IPv6 addresses:
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