All computers or servers on the Internet have an IP address. The What Is My IP Address tool tells you what IP address your current device is using to access the Internet.
Use the What Is My IP tool on Solid Tools for Developers to:
Simply run the What Is My IP tool and it will tell you what IP address(es) have been detected on your device.
An IP address is an "address" for any device that is connected to a network - a computer, phone, tablet or even a smart fridge. It's how the Internet knows where to send your web pages, email and streaming music, in the same way a postal address tells your mail-person where to deliver your mail.
IPv4 addresses are four groups of between 1 and 3 digits, separated by dots.
For example, the server that runs Solid Tools for Developers has the IPv4 address: 22.214.171.124
IPv6 addresses are longer than IPv4 and contain letters as well as numbers. IPv6 networks can accommodate a significantly larger number of devices than IPv4 networks and are growing in popularity.
For example, the server that runs Solid Tools for Developers has the IPv6 address: 2a00:da00:1800:15a::1