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().

With the tool you can generate from 1 up to 1000 random IP addresses, which you can easily copy, print or share. 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 of IP addresses: IPv4 and IPv6.

What is the difference between a 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.