Domain To IP Converter

Convert a list of domain names into a list of IPv4 addresses.

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What this tool can

The Domain To IP Converter is a tool that can let you convert a list of domain names into a list of IPv4 addresses.

What is Domain Name?

Domain Name is the identification of the location of a computer on the Internet by a name corresponding to the IP address of that computer.
This identification is being done by the Domain Name System (DNS).

What is Domain Name System and its role?

The Domain Name System consists of a series of databases containing domain names and IP addresses (in specific numbers) corresponding to those domain names. The Domain Name System on the Internet is responsible for converting domain names to IP addresses and from IP addresses to domain names.

What is an IP address?

An Internet Protocol Address (IP Address) is a 32-bit (IPv4) or 128-bit (IPv6) number that identifies a network device on a network and helps them identify and communicate with each other. In a network model, each IP address is unique to only one network device. Therefore IP Address also has the purpose of data navigation. It is used by source and destination servers to transfer data within the computer network. Please imagine IP address as your home address, or the address of a building for others to identify.

Differences between IPv4 and IPv6 ?

  • IPv4 (Internet Protocol version 4)
    IPv4 is the current generation of IP Address we use today which includes 32 bits. IPv4 is represented by a series of 4 parts separated by 4 dots. Each part is called an octet and has 8 bits of data.
    Example of IPv4:
  • IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6)
    IPv6 is developed based on IPv4 platform in order to fulfill the limitation of IPv4 (only 4.3 billion unique addresses). With a length of 128 bits of data, IPv6 has 2.56 billion billion of IP addresses, much more than IPv4.
    Example of IPv6: 0:0:0:0:0:ffff:34c4:3ab4

Useful for

  • You want to find IP address of your website.
  • You want to know whether two different domains are hosted on the same IP address or not.

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