Welcome to IP-Trace..

This website is dedicated to helping users across the world not only locate their IP address, but perform an IP address lookup, calculate subnet and CIDR and many more tools.


What is an IP Address?

Once you have identified the IP address of an internet user, you can quickly get an idea of where they are located geographically (it tells you what part of the country or world they are located).

This IP Location lookup tool is easy and free to use. You may enter 1 IP address which make it very convenient. You’ll get the results in just one click. It will show you the Country, State/Region, City (within a 25-mile radius), zip code, time zone, and status of each IP address that you have entered.

An IP Address or Internet Protocol Address refers to a set of numbers that is assigned to a computer network that uses Internet Protocol for sending and receiving data. The two main objectives of IP address is for hosting and location addressing or network interface identification.

Why is IP Address important?

Just like a regular mailing address, an IP address of a particular location is also a unique numerical identification for computer or devices that are used to interact on the Internet. It is not possible to receive or send data without an IP address, in the same manner that you cannot receive or send mail to someone without a proper mailing address.

You might experience at one point that you get various attempts from attackers or someone from a particular website has violated your rights. The IP Address or IP location is the best way to find out the location and other details of your attacker or the other website that has done you wrong because each IP Address or IP Location is unique and it cannot be duplicated.

Location/Address Information

Are you wondering what your IP location is or how to look for your IP address? This IP lookup tool can help you in figuring out your IP Address.

There are many situations where you might find this tool very helpful. One is when your website is being compromised by an attacker, as a website owner or webmaster it is good to know your IP Address as well as the attacker’s IP Location so you can take the necessary actions to stop the attacker from doing further damage to your website.

This IP lookup tool is also beneficial for bloggers, website owners, webmasters, and SEO experts because they can have an idea on the IP location of their traffic and where most of their visitors are coming from.

Following is the Location/Address Information for the IP Address 3.88.240.130 as determined by IP Trace.

IP Address Information
IP Address
3.88.240.130
Owner
N/A
Country
 United States
Location
Ashburn, Virginia

Map Location

Below is the map location for the IP Address 3.88.240.130 as found by IP Trace..


IP Owner (Whois)

WHOIS (pronounced as the phrase "who is") is a query and response protocol that is widely used for querying databases that store the registered users or assignees of an Internet resource, such as a domain name, an IP address block or an autonomous system, but is also used for a wider range of other information.

The protocol stores and delivers database content in a human-readable format. The current iteration of the WHOIS protocol was drafted by the Internet Society, and is documented in RFC 3912.

Currently No WhoIs Information Available! Please check back soon!

ISP Hosting Server Details

No ISP Hosting Server Information Available for 3.88.240.130! Please check back soon!

IPv4/IPv6 Conversions

Following below are base conversions of the IPv4 Address "3.88.240.130" in to Decimal Base, Octal Base, Binary Base and Hexa-Decimal Base as calculated by IP Trace.

IP v4 Conversion
Decimal
3.88.240.130
Binary
00000011. 01011000. 11110000. 10000010
Octal
003.130.360.202
Hexadecimal
0x3.0x58.0xF0.0x82
Long
56160386

IPv4/IPv6 Mapped Conversions

Following below are more conversions of the IPv4 Address "3.88.240.130" in to its IPv6 equivalent or vice versa, IPv4 Mapped Addresses and IPv4 Compatibility Addresses. as calculated by IP Trace.

IP v4 Conversion
6 to 4 Address

IPv4-Mapped Address

IPv4-Compatibility Address



CIDR - Classless Inter Domain Routing

CIDR - Classless Inter Domain Routing - was adopted to help ease the load imposed on internet and large network backbone routers by the increasing size of routing tables.
Large routing tables have several adverse effects:
  • Routers require more memory in order to store and manipulate their routing tables which increases operation costs.
  • Routing latency is increased due to the large amount of data contained in the routing tables.
  • Network bandwidth usage is increased by routing updates when routers exchange their routing tables.
A solution to these problems was found in CIDR. CIDR permits IP Address aggregation which in turn reduces the size of routing tables and so addresses the problems listed above.

CIDR Calculator

The CIDR Calculator enables CIDR network calculations using IP address, subnet mask, mask bits, maximum required IP addresses and maximum required subnets.

Results of the CIDR calculation provide the wildcard mask, for use with ACL (Access Control Lists), CIDR network address (CIDR route), network address in CIDR notation and the CIDR address range for the resulting CIDR network.

For classful subnets, use the IP Subnet Calculator. For ACL (Access Control List) wildcard mask calculations, use the ACL Wildcard Mask Calculator.

CIDR and IP Address Aggregation

So what is IP Address Aggregation? Quite simply, IP Address Aggregation means that several networks can be spanned by a single routing entry. Consider the following case:

Our router needs to route traffic for eight seperate networks through the same gateway (ip address 194.1.1.1):

ip route 66.100.50.0 255.255.255.224 194.1.1.1
ip route 66.100.50.32 255.255.255.224 194.1.1.1
ip route 66.100.50.64 255.255.255.224 194.1.1.1
ip route 66.100.50.96 255.255.255.224 194.1.1.1
ip route 66.100.50.128 255.255.255.224 194.1.1.1
ip route 66.100.50.160 255.255.255.224 194.1.1.1
ip route 66.100.50.192 255.255.255.224 194.1.1.1
ip route 66.100.50.224 255.255.255.224 194.1.1.1

Without CIDR, our routing table would need to maintain a seperate entry for each of the eight individual networks.

As the eight example networks are contiguous, i.e. their address spaces follow numerically with no gaps, we can encapsulate all eight with a single CIDR route by simply changing the subnet mask:

ip route 66.100.50.0 255.255.255.0 194.1.1.1

It's easy to see the benefit of IP Address Aggregation and CIDR when we see the difference in routing table entries between the "before CIDR" and "after CIDR" cases above. This is a very simple example but it is easy to imagine how CIDR can help in the real world with much larger aggregations.

CIDR brings with it its own simplified form of IP network address notation. Instead of using the network address and subnet mask, CIDR notation uses the network address followed by a slash ("/") and the number of mask bits. For example, taking the CIDR network from the above case:

66.100.50.0 255.255.255.0
would become
66.100.50.0/24

IP Subnet Calculator

The IP Subnet Mask Calculator enables subnet network calculations using network class, IP address, subnet mask, subnet bits, mask bits, maximum required IP subnets and maximum required hosts per subnet.

Results of the subnet calculation provide the hexadecimal IP address, the wildcard mask, for use with ACL (Access Control Lists), subnet ID, broadcast address, the subnet address range for the resulting subnet network and a subnet bitmap.

For classless/classful supernetting, please use the CIDR Calculator. For simple ACL (Access Control List) wildcard mask calculations, please use the ACL Wildcard Mask Calculator.

Wildcard Mask Calculator

The ACL Wildcard Mask Calculator enables wildcard mask calculations using IP address and wildcard mask.

Results of the wildcard mask calculation provide the first IP address and last IP address in the wildcard mask network range.

For classless/classful supernetting, please use the CIDR Calculator. For classful subnetting, please use the IP Subnet Calculator.

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