Solved is that private ip adderss?

Posted on 2008-10-26
Last Modified: 2008-11-11
Im revising to my comptia A+ and need some help guys :)
Q- why is it unlikely to find ip on internet?
I thing that is private ip address in some small network but Im not sure
Any ideas guys?
Thanks for reply
Question by:drogi
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begin with this:
(no joke)

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That IP wont show up on the internet because that is your IP from your router. Your global ip (which others see) can be found from sites such as

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You're unlikely to find that IP on the Intenet because it's part of the non-routable or private IP subnets.

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