Reverse IP Domain Checker

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Reverse IP Domain Checker

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About Reverse IP Domain Checker


Every site has an IP address, and this is the IP address at which search engines find websites. IP Address The Internet address of any device that's connected to the Internet. An IP address is a numeric address and consists of four sets of numbers, and each set can range from 0 to 255, and sets are separated through a (.). For example, is a valid IP address.


This IP addressing system was developed and implemented in the early years of the Internet. If this addressing system has not been made standard and is used to provide numeric addresses for devices connected to the Internet; The internet would never take off.


Any device, be it a smartphone, tablet, or laptop; when connected to the internet, is provided using the IP address of your internet service provider. There are two types of IP addresses that are assigned to websites and other devices. The site owner can choose to receive a static address, which means that the IP address will be a fixed address and will not change over the lifetime of the site. Hosting site providers charge a higher speed for assigning static IP addresses.


The second type of IP address is known as dynamic address. ISPs purchase a pool of dynamic addresses as well as static addresses. Whenever a customer from an Internet service provider connects to the Internet, the provider assigns an available IP address from a pool of available dynamic IP addresses. A dynamic IP address costs less than a static IP address. Each IP address in the pool is shared, and the IP address of the Internet server maintains a database of domains sharing the IP address.


The way it works is that when a user requests a site, and the request is sent through a server on the Internet to the webserver of that site, and the IP address is used with another site. The hosting server will provide another available IP address from its pool to the site. Dynamic IP addresses are temporary addresses, not permanent addresses.


When you submit a request to open your email, your computer sends a request to another computer, which will find your email service provider and send the request. Your mail server will confirm your request and establish a connection. You can now view your email. This is a simple explanation of how devices interact with each other on the Internet. All network servers use IP addresses to find devices and connect them.


When you travel, you will take your smartphone and laptop with you, but not your IP address. You will use the IP address that will be assigned to you at the hotel where you are staying or the cafe you are staying at. Your smartphone service provider will assign you a dynamic IP address as you travel and hop from one place to another.


If you own a website and have purchased a speaker (shared IP) for your site from your internet hosting provider, your website name will appear with the internet IP address. This means that your site is now visible to other users on the Internet.


You can find the IP address of your website using the app at



Site owners know their IP, but if they have a dynamic IP that most websites do. They don't know who else is using the public IP address.

If you want to know what other websites are sharing your IP address, you must run the reverse IP utility.

What the reverse IP utility will do is that it will list all the domain names of the sites that share your dynamic IP address. To do this, you will need to perform a reverse IP address lookup. A reverse IP lookup command is performed when visitors to your site complain that they are having trouble finding your site on the Internet.

When a visitor complains, or you get an error on your site, you get in touch with your web hosting provider and tell them about the problem. Or run the reverse IP address utility to find out the domain names that you share the IP address dynamically and find out if these sites are working.

If they work fine, you know that the problem is only with your site. In this case, you will check the HTML code of your site to check if there is no problem with it. If your site code is OK and the other sites co-owning your IP address are working fine, it is your internet hosting provider who will need to investigate the problem with your site and fix it.

To run Reverse IP Domain Checker go to from your browser search and find the "Reverse IP Domain Checker" icon and click on it. Or an easier way would be to copy/paste in the browser's search address bar.

After the display page opens, enter the domain name. Yes, you don't need to enter an IP address; the utility finds the IP address of the domain that you entered. This will list all domains that share this IP address and display them. You can click on any domain name and it will open the site. Not only do you get to find out who is sharing the IP address, but the number of sites that share it. The IP address information is not displayed, only the domain names of the exchange addresses.

This utility can also be used to check your competitors' sites and see if they are using a static or dynamic IP address, and how many other sites are sharing the address. There are other tools at with which you can trace who their web hosting service providers are.