What is a random IP generator?

A random IP generator is an online tool where you can quickly generate a list of random fake IP addresses. The IP addresses can be used for developers and programmers for their application or for online tools to do cross browser testing. We support 2 different versions of IP addresses: IPv4 and IPv6.

We are generating a random unique IP address by randomly selecting each possible characters that can be used in an IPv4 or IPv6 address using the JavaScript method: Math.random().

We don't support IPs in different IP ranges yet. If you have other suggestions for our tool, please send us a message.

What is an IP address?

IP address, also known as Internet Protocol address, is an identifier which is assigned to a device which is using Internet Protocol for communication and is connected to a network. There are currently 2 versions in use for IP addresses: IPv4 & IPv6.

What is the difference between an IPv4 and IPv6 address?

The main difference between IPv4 and IPv6 addresses is the format of the binary number, where an IPv4 address is a 32-bit binary number separated by dots and an IPv6 address is a 128-bit binary number separated by colons.

IPv4 address

  • IPv4 is 3-bit binary number.
  • IPv4 is separated by dots.
  • IPv4 has 12 header fields.
  • IPv4 has checksum fields.

IPv6 address

  • IPv6 is a 128-bit binary number.
  • IPv6 is separated by colons.
  • IPv6 has 8 header fields.
  • IPv6 does not has checksum fields.