Tool to find an IP for a website. An IP address is the number that identifies a peripheric (computer/server) connected to the Internet. Originally described with four numbers between 0 and 255, separated by dots: 188.8.131.52. This v4 format is progressively replaced by v6
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Tag(s) : Internet
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Example: 184.108.40.206 here (link) redirects (normally) to google (IPv4)
Example: [::ffff:d83a:d1ee] here (link) redirects (normally) to google (IPv6)
If a site is hosted by a shared host, then the site does not have a dedicated IP, it has an external IP, that of the host (an IP that will be common to several sites). However, on the host side, it will have on its network (not accessible), a local / internal IP.
An Internet Protocol (IP) address is used to identify, by a series of numbers, a computer (or many other peripherals: a server, a telephone or any other connected device) on the Internet.
This address is the basis of communications on the Internet, like the postal address to identify places and homes, it allows the exchange of information packets (text, image, video) between 2 IP addresses: generally between a server and a web browser.
Depending on your service provider the local IP address may change but it is usually 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1
IPs shown are the gateway through which the DNS resolution passes. The first IP is generally the one resolved.
There are more and more IP v4 addresses that display IP v6 (new version)
Program may experience bugs in the following cases:
— proxy usage (hidden address)
— shared hosting (more than one website for a IP)
— ping protection (some site prevent external connection and calls)
IP stands for Internet Protocol. IPv4 is for protocol version 4. IPv6 is for protocol version 6.