Your public IP address is

This page show your IP address and other properties about your computer and browser!

Your IP number in other formats

IP address

Remote IP address of the client

IP versions

There are two versions of IP (IPv4 or IPv6)
Valid IPv4

Host name

Remote hostname of the client

IPv4 as long integer

IP address as 32-bit decimal number

IPv4 or IPv6 as HEX

IP address as hexadecimal number

IPv4 as Octal

IP address in octal (base-8) number

IPv4 or IPv6 as Binary

IP address in binary numeral system (base-2)

HTTP Header Details


Content-Types that are acceptable for the response
text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml; q=0.9,*/*; q=0.8


List of acceptable encodings to the client
x-gzip, gzip, deflate


Languages acceptable to the client


Characters sets acceptable to client


Keepalive indicator


Name and version of the client software
CCBot/2.0 (


Which request method was used to access the page

System & Browser Information

Operating System

Name and version of the client OS


Hardware architecture or software framework related information

Screen Resolution

Your screen/monitor resolution (width x height)

Color Depth

Number of bits used to represent the color of a single pixel


Name and version of the client
CCBot 2.0

Layout Engine

Name and version of the rendering/layout engine

What is an IP address?

An IP address or IP number is a unique number that's used by the Internet protocol (IP) to identify a computer or "host" that is connected to the Internet. The present version of the IP address, IPv4 (IP version 4) is containing a 32-bit value that is limiting the total number of addresses to approximately 4.3 billions. In the coming IP version 6, IPv6, the IP number consists of 128 bits which will increase the number of IP addresses to a gigantic quantity. The header of each IP packet contains the IP address of the sending host, and that of the destination host. A host may use geolocation software to deduce the geolocation of its communicating peer.

IP addresses are usually written and displayed in human-readable notations, such as in IPv4, and 2001:db8:0:1234:0:567:8:1 in IPv6.