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Getting my IP address?

I need to use a web service that has blocked public IP addresses. It gives access to only those that are listed on their access list.

I want to test my application in localhost first so I need to put my IP address in that access list and test it in my local server but I don't know my public static IP address.

How can I find it out?

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do you know that your ip address is static? Use e.g. whatismyipaddress.com to see your current ip. (though if you are testing in locally you might rather want your network ip. check "ipconfig" (win) or "ifconfig" (linux) ) –  example May 13 '12 at 8:13
    
Do you want to make your software discover the public IP address, or you want to find it manually? –  jweyrich May 13 '12 at 8:16
    
-1, just searching for "my public IP" on Google will show you the IP address directly. No research effort. –  Daniel Andersson May 13 '12 at 10:39

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Public IP : http://www.whatismyip.com/

Check for open ports : http://www.canyouseeme.org/

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thanks for the link. i used the ip address result shown from the link you provided and it's working.. –  uttam May 13 '12 at 9:40

The easiest way is to search in google: just type the word: ip

The first result will be: Your public IP address is ....

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i did it but the result from other sites such as whatismyip.com is different –  uttam May 13 '12 at 9:24

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