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ip address(es) of current connection?

Last Modified: 2016-08-27
Using Chrome on W10.  How can I see the ip address of the currently displayed page in Chrome?  Note: I'm not looking for a DNS translation -- I believe that can give me one of multiple ip addresses depending upon which DNS server is used (e.g. if a change is still replicating across DNS servers; or if I have a Hosts file).  So Chrome extensions like the one I just tried from TCPIPUTILS.com seem to just do a DNS lookup.

Am also interested in seeing the ip addresses associated with the elements on a page

TCPView from Sysinternals shows all TCP & UDP endpoints, but trying to figure out which are associated with the page I'm browsing --- I'm not seeing how to do that.
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