Find my IP address tool to show your external or public IP address along with how to find internal IP address in Windows 11, macOS and smartphones.
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Each computer in a network has a unique IP address for identifying the physical location. However, this is a public or external IP address which is different than the internal IP address you will see on the computer or mobile device. This free tool helps to find your public IP address.
Public IP address is generally used by your Internet Service Provider (ISP). Website owners and applications use this IP address to offer custom solutions like geographical based translations or restricting content. Since, IPv4 addresses are limited and exhausting fast, your ISP will use single public IP to connect multiple devices. It is done through a router by assigning internal IP address range to multiple devices.
In most cases, you will also have a router that assigns internal IP address for your computer, mobile and other devices. This mechanism is called Network Address Translation by mapping an IP address to another one.
When you open this page, the free IP address finder tool will show your public IP address that anyone can see. This find my IP address is a free online tool that will show you the following details:
If you are working in an organization, most of the time you need to provide the IP address of your computer to IT support engineer for troubleshooting purposes. This is your internal IP address and generally will have one of the following block ranges:
Follow the below instructions to find internal IP address in Windows 11.
If you are using Mac, follow the below instructions to find your IP address
As you can see the IP address is an internal one with the block 192.168.*.*.
Smartphones have similar setup like Mac and you can find the IP address from your network settings. Below is the instructions for iPhone and you can follow similar steps to find IP address in Android.
Remember the following points:
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