Your IPv{4,6} Address is:

IPv6 | IPv4

Note to self: If you're unable to visit IPv6, then your computer doesn't have an Internet routable IPv6 Address.

What is 3.4028237e+38?

Exactly how big of a number is that?

How does that compare to IPv4?

250 million, you say?

What? How many addresses did we waste in IPv4?

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