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Find your pubilc IP address below:
If you suspect that your IP has been blocked, click here to attempt to unblock it. If that does not work, contact our support team, stating the IP above
Frequently asked questions
There are some cases where your website is not loading from your end but it loads fine at our end. This usually indicates an issue unique to you. To help troubleshoot further, our support team would usually request for your public IP address. This helps us dig deeper to understand why you are having the reported issue.
An IP address is a unique set of numbers assigned to any device on a network. Your public IP address is assigned to your network router or device by your ISP when you connect to the Internet. In many cases, your IP address may change when you reconnect to the Internet.
Usually, all devices connected to the same WiFi or router have the same public IP address
A private IP address is assigned to devices within a local network, allowing the devices to communicate with themselves. This IP address usually starts with 192.168.X.X where X is a set of numbers between 0 and 255. There are however other types of private IP addresses. Private IP addresses cannot be used over the Internet.
A public IP address however is used over the Internet and is usually assigned by your ISP. Usually, all devices connected to the same router have the same public IP address but unique private IP addresses.
If we ask you for your IP address, we only need your public IP address.
Definitely. You can follow the steps outlines on this link
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