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How do I find the IP address of an open page

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I have had to move my site to a new web host. As I update DNS pointers, I want to know when they have resolved.

It seems that the best way to do this is to look at the IP address that the site resolves to. Since the pages are the same on the old and the new site, looking at them doesn't do it.

Is there an easy way in Firefox to get the IP address of the current page?

I have had to move my site to a new web host. As I update DNS pointers, I want to know when they have resolved. It seems that the best way to do this is to look at the IP address that the site resolves to. Since the pages are the same on the old and the new site, looking at them doesn't do it. Is there an easy way in Firefox to get the IP address of the current page?

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TonyE
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Try the ShowIP add-on.

Try the [https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/590/ ShowIP] add-on.