DNS Query Me
What is it?
Typically, DNS servers receive queries for names (www.example.com) and return an IP address (18.104.22.168) - the IP address of a server to connect to.
This DNS server respond to queries with your IP address. Or more precisely, the IP address that it received the query from. Think of it as a "what is my IP" service, but using DNS instead of HTTP.
Query for ip.dnsquery.me directly at resolver.dnsquery.me.
dig @resolver.dnsquery.me ip.dnsquery.me +short ** OR ** dig ip.dnsquery.me
The source code is available on GitHub.
Created by Oliver Garraux.