Domain to IP Address Converter Tool allows you to convert a domain URL into IP Address. Simply paste a domain URL into the text box and submit the form to convert it into the IP address for the server it was hosted on.
An IP address is written in "dotted decimal" notation, which is 4 sets of numbers separated by period each set representing 8-bit number ranging from (0-255). An example of IPv4 address is 188.8.131.52, which is your IP address.
DNS helps convert easy-to-understand domain names like "google.com" into an Internet Protocol (IP) address, such as 184.108.40.206 that computers use to identify each other on the network.
To find the IP address, simply enter the domain name in question into the textbox and click Get IP. Once the report has been generated, you can scroll to the bottom and find IP address, Hosting location and the name of the hosting company.
The tool can be used to find the IP of a host machine (convert host to IP) or domain name (convert domain name to ip address) or find the name of one of the hosts at an IP address (convert ip address).
An IP address is a unique numeric label used to identify computers in a Domain Name System (DNS) network. It consists of 4 groups of numbers, each between 0 and 255, separated by periods. They are the numeric counterpart to domain names and are converted by computers to locate resources associated with domain names on the internet.
The IP address finding process is performed by searching the DNS (Domain Name Servers) until a domain name match is identified. This process is erroneously is also known as DNS lookup, NSLOOKUP or IP lookup.
The method of finding a host name (or domain name) from an IP address involves sending a request to the IP address and asking the IP address to return the name of the device. This will usually be the same as the name of the domain. Many machines, however, host many domains and websites.
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