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Great place where you can find complete information about all types of IP addresses, networks, domains io, IP address conversion tools, IP location tools, IP address versions MAC, IPv4 and IPv6. Also you can explore all ranges of both IPv4 and IPv6 and many more free features and tools are available here only for you.

Tools & Features

Following is description of our services and some useful tools

IP Tracker/Finder

By this amazing tool find complete details against any IP address or domain name, determine its exact location gives fastest response in milli seconds. IP Tracker will give you simple and fastest way to search, find, locate and trace any public IP address or domain name location with its complete information world wide. IP Tracker is also known as IP Lookup Tool which gives you complete information about the location of your IP address like city, latitude, longitude, state, country, timezone currency and many more.


Live Domain Tracker

WHOIS is a protocol which mostly is use to determine information of internet or server network resources like a domain name, an IP address block or an AS number. It also is used to save the information in a database and then deliver that information as database in human readable languages. For example IP address of domain, expiry date of a domain, updatation date, When it'll be renew , domain name server, domain owner, email address, billing address and many more useful details this tool provides. This WHOIS tracer tool will get the data and sequence it in a specific order, so that we can easily read all information.

Find Open ports of Server

A port scanner is a best tool to scan a server or host for open ports. A port scan is a process that sends client requests to a range of server port addresses on a host, with the goal of finding an active port; The majority of uses of a port scan to determine services available on a remote machine.


IPv6 to IPv4 Converter

The IPv6 to IPv4 tool converts a valid IPv6 address into IPv4 address notation. The IPv6 to IPv4 Conversion tool helps you see how your IPv6 address would be represented in the new IPv4 protocol. This can aid network administrators who are migrating IPv6 to IPv4 networks and wish to preserve IPv6 addressing for compatibility and/or tracking purposes. For example if your IPv6 IP is 3f08:808:808:80a:b22:c1c:e25:1d1e the valid IPv6 version will be This page will convert an IPv6 address into it's default 4-to-6 equivalent, or vice versa. For 4-to-6, the IPv4 address is formed by using the IPv6 address and the following scheme: IPv6 2002:ab:cd::ab:cd translates to IPv4: a.b.c.d For IPv6, the octects are represented as a hexadecimal number, while IPv4 uses decimal. The 2002:/16 prefix is reserved for 6-to-4 addressing. This tool will also decode Teredo IPv6 addresses to extract the public IPv4 address of the host and the server. More special features and prefixes are being added. IPv6 to IPv4 converter tool converts a given IPv6 Address to IPv4 Address instantly. Just enter the IP Address in IPv6 format and it instantly converts the IP to it's IPv4 equivalent.

MAC to IPv6 and IPv4 Converter

This free MAC address converter can convert any MAC address into an IPV4 internet protocol Address and an IPV6 internet protocol Address. It takes MAC Address as input string and generates a query against given MAC address and conversion option like to IPV6 or to IPV4 or both then performs the above steps. Query generates an output response according to selected options.As well as tool produces an invalid input message response if provided MAC address is invalid or not convert able.


Explore IPv6 Ranges

IPv6 addresses are each 128 bits long. Because each digit in an IPv6 address can have 16 different values (from 0 to 15), each digit represents the overall value of 4 bits (one nibble), with 32 digits total. As with IPv4, CIDR notation describes ranges in terms of a common prefix of bits. For example 2001:db8::/32 means that the range described has the first 32 bits set to the binary digits 00100000000000010000110110111000. Also like IPv4, MediaWiki implements IPv6 rangeblocks using CIDR notation.

An Ipv6 address uses 128 bits as opposed to 32 bits in IPv4. IPv6 addresses are written using hexadecimal, as opposed to dotted decimal in IPv4. Because an hexadecimal number uses 4 bits this means that an IPv6 address consists of 32 hexadecimal numbers. These numbers are grouped in 4’s giving 8 groups or blocks. The groups are written with a : (colon) as a separator. group1:group2:....:group8

Explore IPv4 Ranges

IPv4 addresses may be represented in any notation expressing a 32-bit integer value. They are most often written in dot-decimal notation, which consists of four octets of the address expressed individually in decimal numbers and separated by periods. For example, the quad-dotted IP address represents the 32-bit decimal number 3221226219, which in hexadecimal format is 0xC00002EB. This may also be expressed in dotted hex format as 0xC0.0x00.0x02.0xEB, or with octal byte values as 0300.0000.0002.0353. CIDR notation combines the address with its routing prefix in a compact format, in which the address is followed by a slash character (/) and the count of consecutive 1 bits in the routing prefix (subnet mask).

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The Ultimate Tracer For Your Business Do you need an IP tracker, so that you know who is visiting your website, based on their IP addresses? Need to find out what a visitor from a specific IP address did on your website? Need to grow your business with targeted advertising? This is possible, using our technology of IP tracking. Our reporting system keeps track of every person to visit your website, based on IP addresses, giving you access to a complete and permanent record of activity-per-visit so that you can send the right message at the right stage to your customers.

Do you need to find a specific user or visitor?

Locate any user or unique visitor who has been on your website by IP address. Go back throeugh your historical data to see entire visit or session history of any IP address.

How to integrate our API with your system here is complete documentation

Ping a Server

The ping utility is mostly use able to troubleshoot any server or network. Main use of ping test is to send Internet control protocol to determine either a server or IP is online or not.

How this tool works?

It pings an IP address i.e Next, the request is sent over the network hub and router, to the another computer or system with this IP address. Once request successfully received, the computer or system replies to the ping with a pong response. For example the time between these two transmissions is calculated to generate an average response or also you can say its latency time. give back four responses from the server. Each reply has the size of the packet (bytes), the time calculated in milli seconds, and the TTL (time to live).