IP Address Lookup

Free IP address lookup tool. IP location details include city, state, country, zip, ISP, and ASN. Find, search, trace, and locate any IP address. If you can find out the IPv4 or IPv6 address of an Internet user, you can get an idea of what part of the country or world they're in by using our IP Lookup tool. What to do: Enter the IP address you're curious about in the box below, then click "Lookup." Lookup details about an IP address including location, ISP, hostname, type, proxy, blacklist status, and more. Trace, Track and Locate an IP address.


What you will get with this tool

>The ISP and organization's name
>The IP's hostname
>The country's in
>The region/state
>The city (see below)
>The latitude and longitude of the location (the best guess)
>The area code for that region
>Any known services running on that IP

You won't get anything like... A person's name, The exact location or street address, A phone number, and Their email address. That's where privacy issues come in, which are there to protect Internet users like you.


How to get someone's IP address?

Obtaining someone else's IP address without their knowledge or consent is illegal and considered an invasion of privacy. It's not appropriate to obtain someone's IP address without a valid reason, and it's important to respect people's privacy and the legal boundary.

That being said, there are a few legitimate ways to obtain someone's IP address, such as:

  1. Email headers: If you receive an email from someone, the IP address of the sender may be included in the email headers. You can view the headers by looking at the full source of the email.

  2. Online chats: If you're chatting with someone online, you can use certain tools to view the IP address of the person you're chatting with.

  3. Social media: Some social media platforms include the IP address of the person who posted a message in the post information.


How do I look up IP addresses?

There are several ways to look up IP addresses, here are a few options:

  1. Using a command-line tool: The command "ping" can be used to look up the IP address of a domain name. For example, "ping google.com" will return the IP address of the Google website.

  2. Using an online tool: There are many online tools, such as Whois.com, that allow you to look up the IP address of a domain name by simply entering the domain name into the search bar.

  3. Using the command prompt (Windows) or terminal (Mac/Linux): You can use the command "nslookup" to look up the IP address of a domain name. For example, "nslookup google.com" will return the IP address of the Google website.

  4. Using your router: Some routers have a built-in feature that allows you to look up the IP addresses of devices connected to your network.

It's worth noting that some IP addresses can be hidden behind a NAT (Network Address Translation) or a proxy, which makes it difficult to get the actual IP address of a device or a user.