It is always good to know exactly where in the world your IP address is physically located. This information is called Geolocation (GeoIP) and can be obtained through various free or subscription online services. You can use it to find the approximate area of where an IP address is located, including postal code, phone area code, and longititude / latitude if available. Geolocation technology is fairly new and has been under development only since 1999.
This page will display any information about your current IP address. You can also lookup specific information about any proxy server by viewing this page through the proxy. You can easily check on random IP addresses. We will guess random numbers and display you the info. Sometimes the results are surprising!
GeoIP Location information about Your IP address 184.108.40.206
|Country Name||United States|
|Telephone Country Code||+1|
|Telephone Area Code||703|
|DMA Region||Washington, DC (Hagerstown, MD)|
Map Location for GeoIP 220.127.116.11Approximate physical location via Google Maps.
This should give you a rough estimate of the actual location of this IP address.
HTTP Request HeadersHTTP header fields are components of the message header of requests and responses in the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). They define the operating parameters of an HTTP transaction.
|Cookie Support Navigator Object|
|Screen Color Depth|
|Screen Resolution Object (Max resolution)|
|Screen Resolution Available (Usable resolution)|
|Browser Window Size (Current size)|
|Browser Window Size (Useable size)|
The navigator object contains information about the browser.
Note: There is no public standard that applies to the navigator object, but all major browsers support it.
When an HTML document is loaded into a web browser, it becomes a document object.
The document object is the root node of the HTML document and the "owner" of all other nodes: (element nodes, text nodes, attribute nodes, and comment nodes).
Tip: The document is a part of the window object and can be accessed as window.document.