WhatIsMyIP.com API

The WhatIsMyIP.com IP API (Application Programming Interface) gives you access to most of our tools programmatically. In order to access the API, you must be a Gold level member. Gold level accounts get 10 separate keys. Each key is allowed 1,440 calls per day (1 per minute) for a total of 14,400 calls per day […]

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IPv4 vs. IPv6 Mathematically Speaking

IPv4 IPv4 provides four billion IP addresses. IPv4 vs. IPv6 is no competition. IPv6 will provide more than a metric ton of IP addresses. IPv6 Mathematically, IPv6 will provide 340,282,366,920,938,463,463,374,607,431,768,211,456 IP Addresses. Following is an explanation of the number: 340 – undecillion 282 – decillion 366 – nonillion 920 – octillion 938 – septillion 463 […]

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Broadband Speed Test

The internet is an imperative part of the daily lives of many people around the globe. Checking your email is probably become a daily habit as should a broadband speed test. Without the internet, our ability to communicate would be severely limited. Connectivity reliability has become very critical to internet users. If users of the […]

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LAN vs WAN

LAN means Local Area Network. This would be the network inside your home or business that connects your shared resources and Internet connection. The most common LAN IP address configurations are in the 192.168.xxx.xxx range. They would be called your Internal IP addresses. WAN means Wide Area Network. This would be your Internet Service Providers […]

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FTP Server Return Codes

What Is An FTP Server Return Code? FTP server return codes are sent from the FTP server to the requesting device to let the requesting device know where the connection stands. The FTP server is relaying to the requesting device where the connection process is and what to do next. FTP server return codes are […]

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HTTP Status Codes

What Is An HTTP Status Code? HTTP status codes are sent from the server to the requesting device to let the requesting device know how to handle the connection. The hosting server is basically telling the requesting device how to handle the request and what to do next. Only the most common HTTP codes are […]

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