Find My External Ip

Your external IP address is is an address used to identify your internet connection. The hostname of your internet connection is 'msnbot-40-77-167-57.search.msn.com'. Right at the top of the page, you’ll see your external IPv6 and IPv4 addresses. You’ll probably only care about the latter for now, but you’ll (one day) use the former for all the networking things.

IP Address Lookup or IP Locator is a tool that allows you to see where your IP address is located. It can also be used to lookup other IPs and find their IP Location. A WhoIs Lookup is a tool that will give you pertinent information about the owner of the IP address. Often cited as the 'Swiss Army Knife for TCP/IP' you can use netcat to obtain your external ip. This approach also works with netcat-alikes such as socat or even with telnet: $ echo -ne 'GET /raw HTTP/1.1rnrn' nc myexternalip.com 80. How to find external IP address (Internet connection). Open up your internet browser of choice (Example: Internet explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome) and go to www.canyouseeme.org. This will display your external IP address. It will also allow you to check whether your port is open.

These instructions are on how to find out the external or internet IP address for a Unifi AP Access Point which is connected to a Unifi Controller in a remote site without a USG as it doesn’t show this information in the Unifi Controller itself.

Step 1.

From the Unifi Controller click on the Unifi AP

Step 2.

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Click on tools in the right hand pane then under Debug Terminal click on Open Terminal

Step 3.

Type the following in to the Terminal Windows that Opens

curl http://ipecho.net/plain

Step 4.

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The Internet / External IP address is returned

How To See External Ip

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