What is My IP Address shows your public IPv4 and IPv6 address, location, ISP, user agent, device type (OS, OS Versions, Browser, Screen Size, Screen Types).
My IP Address:
My Public IP Address
Your public IPV4 address is:
Your public IPV6 address is:
My IP Information
ISP (internet service provider):
What is an IP Address?
An IP address is a one-of-a-kind identifier for a device on the internet or a local network. IP is an abbreviation for “Internet Protocol,” which is a set of rules that governs the format of data sent over the internet or a local network.
Difference Between IPv4 and IPv6 Protocols
IPv4 is the original Internet Protocol. An IPIPv4 address is defined as a 32-bit number, such as 506.457.14.512. That only allows for about 4 billion IP addresses, which is insufficient for ongoing use.
IPv6 is a new protocol that debuted in 1998. Deployment started in the mid-2000s and is still ongoing. If you go to WhatIsMyIP.com, you can find out if you’ve been assigned an IPv6 address.
The new protocol utilizes 128-bit IP addresses that look similar to 4ggr:1925:5656:7:600:t4tt:tc54:98vt
This means that IPv6 can provide approximately 340 trillion IP addresses. That will be more than enough to meet the growing demand for IP addresses for websites, computers, smartphones, smartwatches, and smart refrigerators for the foreseeable future.
IP information refers to the data that is associated with a device’s unique IP address, which is used to identify the device on the internet. IP information typically includes the following details:
IP Address: A unique numerical identifier assigned to a device that allows it to communicate on the internet.
Hostname: A human-readable name that is associated with an IP address and used to identify the device on a network.
ISP (Internet Service Provider): The company or organization that provides internet access to a device.
Location: An estimation of the geographic location of the device based on its IP address. This information can include the city, state, and country.
Operating System: The type of operating system that is running on the device, such as Windows, MacOS, or Linux.
Browser: The type of web browser that is being used, such as Chrome, Firefox, or Safari.
This information is useful for website owners, network administrators, and security professionals, who use it to better understand and manage the devices that are accessing their network or website. It can also be used to improve online experiences by providing personalized content or advertisements based on a user’s location or browsing habits.