Enter up to 40 Domains (Each Domain must be on separate line)
An IP address is allocated to any device that uses the internet to communicate with other devices. One node in a distributed network, such as the internet, is given a unique address for systems to locate each other.
'IP address" or "IP." is a typical term for this address. For example, the Internet Protocol (IP) address is a 32-bit binary address consisting of two sub-addresses, one for each subnetwork. Four decimal values (0–255) make up an IP address, and they are separated by a period (.). 220.127.116.11 is a valid IP address.
As a rule, class C addresses are given to small businesses and are the most frequently utilized. Customers of small and medium-sized internet service providers are given access to a pool of class C IP. Providers of Internet service provide consumers with dynamic (shared) IP addresses. Because they are shared, they are more affordable and more popular. Secondly, the IPs issued to users are not used constantly. When a person logs in or there is no traffic to a website, their IP address is given to other users and websites.
If you'd want to know the Class C IP of any website, all you have to do is type the domain name into the text box provided. After inputting the domain names in the Class C IP checker, click the "Submit" button. The utility will execute the test and provide the results.
Enter up to 20 domains in the text box (each domain must be on a separate line).