IP Address script documentation

Standard

To get your IP address, simply retrieve:
https://tools.seanhelling.com/ip/

Example: 44.210.237.158


Hexadecimal

To get a hexadecimal representation of your IP, use:
https://tools.seanhelling.com/ip/?hex

Example: 2cd2ed9e


Binary

To get a binary representation of your IP, use:
https://tools.seanhelling.com/ip/?bin

Example: 101100110100101110110110011110


Decimal

To get a decimal representation of your IP, use:
https://tools.seanhelling.com/ip/?dec

Example: 752020894


Reverse DNS

To retrieve a reverse DNS lookup for your IP address, you can use:
https://tools.seanhelling.com/ip/?dns

Example: ec2-44-210-237-158.compute-1.amazonaws.com


JSON

If you'd like a JSON-encoded representation of any of your data, pass json as a GET variable.
For example: https://tools.seanhelling.com/ip/?json
might return
{ "ip": "44.210.237.158" }

Requesting JSON without specifying further will return your JSON-encoded IP address in only the standard format.

You can also use any of the above requests to specify which data should appear in your JSON-encoded array. For example, if you were to request
https://tools.seanhelling.com/ip/?json&ip&dns
you would receive something to the effect of
{ "ip": "44.210.237.158", "dns": "ec2-44-210-237-158.compute-1.amazonaws.com" }

You can use the variable all along with json to get all of the available data returned to you in JSON.
https://tools.seanhelling.com/ip/?json&all
would return
{ "ip": "44.210.237.158", "hex": "2cd2ed9e", "bin": "101100110100101110110110011110", "dec": 752020894, "dns": "ec2-44-210-237-158.compute-1.amazonaws.com" }