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Use the MXToolBox SuperTool to reverse lookup an IP address. You only need a computer, a Web browser and the IP information to use the SuperTool. More »

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To pair an IP address with a geographical location, enter any IP address into a web-based IP geolocation tool, such as WhatIsMyIPAddress.com, IP2Location.com or IPLocation.net. Each tool automatically detects your IP whe... More »

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You can look up an IP address on WhoIs by clicking on the Reverse IP Address Lookup tab located under the list of tools. Using this reverse lookup allows you to view any domain hosted at that location. More »

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A static IP address is a manually assigned IP address for a single device on a network. The network administrator configures the device such that it only uses a fixed IP address when it joins the network, hence the term ... More »

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To find your IP address on a Windows computer, search for "adapter" in the Control Panel, click on View Network Connections, choose the desired network, click View Status of This Connection, and then click Details. The I... More »

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A "Minecraft" IP refers to the Internet Protocol address of a specific "Minecraft" server. Although "Minecraft" can be played in single-player mode, many multiplayer servers exist to allow multiple players to log in and ... More »

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To find your IP address, search for it with an online search engine. Open a Web browser, navigate to either Google or Bing, and run the search. More »

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