Location via HTML5

Finding your location via HTML5

Positioning via HTML5 is generally more precise than the usual way by IP because additional sources are used, for example, a GPS module or Wi-Fi.

Positioning via HTML5

  • Lat.:
  • Long.:
  • Location:
  • Accuracy:

IP-Check:

Each PC in a network has a unique IP address (internal IP). A PC in a local network can be reached directly from other devices at this address. But when accessing the Internet, all devices generally use the IP address of the router (external IP address).

Your external IP address is:
54.80.33.183

Geo-positioning via IP address

The approximate place where you are at the moment can be determined by the IP number. This makes reference to the address pool where the IP comes from. If you go on the Internet via DSL or a wired modem, usually a place near the dial-in node is shown. If the PC, smartphone or tablet has a GPS sensor, it can be used for finding location much more exactly. The same is true of a Wi-Fi connection. In this case, the browser must support the location search, but all current browsers do. Click on “Positioning via HTML5.”

Note: Your browser generally requests permission for finding a location, which you must then allow. You can find further information on this topic on the page Geo-positioning: How to find your location..

This browser supports finding a location:

  • Your IP: 54.80.33.183
  • Country code:
  • Country:
  • Region:
  • City:
  • Long.:
  • Lat.:

This product includes GeoLite data created by MaxMind, available from http://www.maxmind.com.