ip address behind router ?

Shane Ambler Shane at 007Marketing.com
Tue Jan 11 00:13:49 PST 2005

Looks to me that this page is not entirely accurate. (at least from where I
It would appear to get a proxy server somewhere along the way.

I would consider using the dynamic dns services - such as no-ip - and use a
perl script that updates then ping your dns name.
Not sure if they are more accurate that the below idea though.

On 11/1/05 8:26 AM, "Tom Connolly" <tomc at cqg.com> wrote:

> Brian Davis wrote:
>> On Sun, 9 Jan 2005 14:38:56 +0100
>> FreeBsdBeni <freebsdbeni at spymac.com> wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> How do I find what ip address I'm really having ?
>>> My adsl modem/firewall gives me a dynamic private address :
>>>,  which is what I see with an ifconfig. But how do I
>>> find the real (dynamic)  address given to my modem by my provider ?
>>> I'm using 5.3-rel-p4.
>>> --
>>> Beni.
> If you just need a simple solution to see your external IP address, just
> go to:
> http://www.ostrosoft.com/OIT/external_ip.asp
> It will show your outside IP address in red.
> Good luck,
> Tom
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