IP-tracker.org lookup is a robust and free geolocation & domain name system tool, created by a combination of two checkers: IP and DNS checker, that allow you to check any IPv4 and IPv6 address as well as a domain at the same time. Below we will learn more about the basics of our lookup tool.

What Is an IP Lookup?

IP lookup is a procedural technique, in the form of IP query / search in the database / presentation of results, which is primarily intended to show the geolocation of the requested IP address.

Whether it is an IPv4 or IPv6 address, your query to find the location of the given IP address will result in geographic information that includes country, city, state or region, zip and area code, latitude / longitude.

What is a DNS lookup?

DNS lookup is a way to check and retrieve all relevant information for a domain using DNS records from a DNS server.

The great advantage of our lookup, compared to other, similar, on other websites, is that in addition to searching speed through searching for information related to the result for IPv4 and IPv6, you can also perform DNS lookup and get behind which IP address(ess) the website operates, as well as a number of accompanying, primarily DNS records information, including nameservers, reverse DNS, MX (Mail Exchange) and administrative email contact for the DNS zone domain, as well as whether the domain has only an A record (IPv4 address) or also an AAAA record (IPv6 address).

All in all, a unique IP-Tracker.org lookup tool with integrated DNS elements when searching for a domain, which gives it the uniqueness and comprehensiveness of your search.

What's IP Location?

IP location refers to determining the geographical location of a device on the Internet using the Internet Protocol and displaying it on a visual map along with all relevant identification data.

We all know that sometimes it is very important to know where the person we are contacting is located. But why, and in what situations actually, is the use of our lookup to pinpoint a location from an IP actually important? Well, there are different situations of necessity.

Let's say in the case when you are scammed and you need to find out more information about the fraudster's IP, as well as which ISP owns the IP ranges to which the IP belongs from the fraudster.

Or let's say in the case when you have made an online purchase in a web shop and it later turns out that it is a fraudulent website with false contact information, which did not deliver the ordered goods to you.

For you as a victim of fraud, due to the possible legal process against the perpetrator, it is extremely important to determine their location based on the IP address and find out if the IP owners are residents of the USA, Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, Germany (European Union), India, China or Nigeria, for example.

In 99% of cases, our service will be useful for you to find the geolocation of any IP address or domain.

DNS Components & IP Modules

In addition to the already mentioned standard geographic data, which you can find when searching, such as city, latitude and longitude of the city, country, region, area, metro, zip code, below you can find a complete list of DNS components and IP modules, which you get depending on your IP or DNS lookup request.

  • DNS records and other relevant information for the requested domain:
    • DNS AAAA (All IPv6 addresses of the requested domain), DNS A record (All IPv4 addresses of the requested domain), nameservers (DNS NS), server MX-Mail Exchange (DNS MX) and administrative email for DNS zone inspection (DNS SOA), which is a particularly interesting part of our DNS lookup because it allows you to instantly find company-related emai.
    • DMARCK (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance), as part of the DNS TXT record, shows whether the domain has implemented a DMARC email authentication policy. Check out why is DMARC imporant?
    • SPF (Sender Policy Framework), as part of the DNS TXT record, shows whether an email authentication method has been implemented which prevents spammers from sending unauthorized messages on behalf of your domain and allows you to authorize IP addresses from mail servers for a specific domain. Combined with DMARC, it enables the powerful detection of e-mail spoofing techniques, used by spammers to falsify the actual sender of an e-mail.
    • In addition to SPF and DMARC checks (which are also part of the DNS txt record to improve domain security against email and spam), our search also provides insight into the complete DNS txt record, which often contains various verification details such as google site, then apple and facebook domain verification etc. and is useful in identifying domain ownership.
    • Checking HTTP or HTTPS protocol only if a DNS domain lookup is requested. HTTP is a slower, non-secure and unencrypted protocol that uses port 80 and whose url starts with http: // as opposed to HTTPS which is a more secure, encrypted and fast protocol that uses port 443 and whose url starts with https: //
    • Ranking of domain positions globally and locally, according to Alexa rank, which provides a good insight into the popularity of domains. The lower the ranking the higher the popularity.
    • SSL checker for domains and subdomains that shows the owner and issuer of the SSL certificate including detailed validity information, as well as the expiration date and serial number of the certificate.
    • Server types, server response time, HTTP connection (keep-alive or close) and all security responses headers mentioned in the OWASP Secure Headers project, expanded with many other interesting http response headers to evaluate a website.
  • IP modules for the requested IPv4 or IPv6 address:
    • AS number ( ASN or An autonomous system number indicates a unique number, as well as an IP, that identifies a set of IP addresses of one or more operators, with a clearly defined policy)
    • Blacklisting check with a warning note from the last spam activity
    • ISP and Organization (ISP means an internet service provider that offers internet access as well as various internet services such as email address, own website and the like. Organization indicates to which organization the requested IP belongs. More details about ISP and organization can be found using Whois tool that searches a publicly available Whois database)
    • Hostname ( a unique name assigned to a device on a network for identification. )
    • Speed connection ( Cable/DSL or Mobile/Cellular Internet Speed )
    • Proxy server detection (anonymous or transparent proxy, TOR, VPN)
    • Ranges to which IP belongs (There are 5 IPv4 ranges. Class A, B, C, D or E):
      • Class A - Range from to
        • - (Reserved Private IPv4 network)
      • Class B - Range from to
        • - (Reserved Private IPv4 network)
        • - Private IPv4 network)
      • Class C - Range from to
      • Class D - Range from to
      • Class E - Range from to
    • Internet protocol group (IPv4 or IPv6),
    • Type of IP (public or private)
    • Weather conditions in the city from localized IP
    • Time zone, local time, sunrise and sunset time
    • Continent as well as continent latitude and longtitude
    • Currency and International direct dialing number

Blacklist Check and Whois Lookup Service

In addition to our lookup with a lot of interesting data it provides, it should be noted that two very important IP tools, which have separate pages, are also:

  • Blacklist check, among other tools, is a very useful tool to search and find blacklisted IP addresses associated with suspicious activities.
  • Whois Lookup is an ideal tool to find and help you learn more about who the actual registered domain owner is, as well as extra useful information about IPv4 and IPv6 addresses, then the IP ranges to which they belong as well as the ISP holder.

To summarize: IP-Tracker.org lookup tool s a set of highly sophisticated, free modules whose ultimate goals whose ultimate goal, along with finding a location as the most important task, also showing the results of all relevant, publicly available information based on Whois and DNS lookup technology for domain, IPv4 and IPv6 addresses.

Enter the IP or domain to start finding its location, as well as additional relevant IP or DNS info.

Geolocation of an IP on Map

Basic Tracking Info
IP Address:
Hostname: ec2-3-235-25-27.compute-1.amazonaws.com
Internet Protocol: IPv4 - IP Version 4
Types: Public
IP Classes: Class A Range
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Reverse DNS:
Blacklist Check: Not Blacklisted (Clean)
TOR (The Onion Router) Network: Not detected in TOR exit nodes list
NSLookup (Nameservers):
ns-1321.awsdns-37.org >>
ns-27.awsdns-03.com >>
ns-967.awsdns-56.net >>
ns-1670.awsdns-16.co.uk >>
My IP Location Details
Continent:North America (NA)
Country: United States   IP Location Found In United States (US)
National Motto: In God We Trust (official) / God Bless America (unofficial)
Anthem:The Star-Spangled Banner (adopted 1931)
ISP / Organization:AMAZON-AES
AS Number:AS14618 AMAZON-AES
Time Zone: America/New_York
Local Time:14:46:36
Timezone GMT offset:-18000
Sunrise / Sunset:07:15 / 17:31
Extra Information
Continent Latitude/Longitude: 46.07305 / -100.546
Country Latitude/Longitude: 38 / -98
City Latitude/Longitude: (39.0469) / (-77.4903)
Language: English
Speed:Unknown Internet Speed
Currency:United States dollar($) (USD)
IDD Code:+1

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