Well, as you know, every internet-connected device has a Public And Private IP Address assigned by the Internet Service Provider. The steps for determining your public and private IP addresses are provided below.
Public IP Vs Private IP Address
The Modem/Router connects to the internet via an External IP Address in a typical network configuration. Other devices connect to the Modem/Router via their Private IP Addresses.
The ISP (Internet Service Provider) assigns the Modem’s External IP Address, which is visible to other devices on the internet.
Furthermore, the Modem assigns an internal or private IP address to your computer, phone, and other devices, which can only be seen by other devices connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
Briefly, the External IP Address (assigned by the Service Provider) is visible to other internet devices, whereas the Internal IP Address is not visible to other internet devices.
How to Find Your Public IP Address
Your Internet Service Provider (ISP) assigns you a public IP address, which you can easily find by typing your IP Address into Chrome, Safari, or another web browser.
In most cases, your IPv6 address will be listed as the top search result in both Chrome and Safari.
You can rely on ip4.me or visit other websites listed in the search results to find your Public IP Address (iPv4).