Arin Search - find out who owns the IP address of the camera you found!
When you find a camera on the list, very often it does not say where they are located. You do have the IP address, and using just a little bit of extra effort, you can very easily find out the name of the institution that owns the camera, as well as what country, state or city the webcam is located in.
It all starts with the camera's IP Address.
You can click on the image above to get to the Arin Search site to hunt down the IP address of a camera you have found.
Geo search - Find out where the camera is (What country, state, city...)
You can use the IP address to find out the geographic location of the webcam. All you need to do is enter it into the geosearch tool that you can find on the IP2Location website.
You can try different search strings on your own in Google or any other search engine to find other cameras by coming up with your own variations of these strings.
ip address - Where to find the IP address of the webcam
To do the above searches, you will need to know the IP Address of the cam you have found. This is easy, and if you are unfamiliar with this, the following screenshot should clear up any doubts you have.
When you did the initial search, often you see a series of numbers like the one circled in red above. This is the IP address of the webcam you have found. Simply enter this into the ARIN search to find out who owns the webcam, or enter this into the IP2Location search to find out where it is located.