It may be ipv6 IP (instead of the usual ipv4), but YA in their infinite wisdom decided to truncate it. An ipv6 IP has 8 sets of 4 hex digits (which includes letters a – f).
This is the wiki for it: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPv6
All I can tell in general is that it is Time Warner Cable (now Spectrum), from whois, but I don't know how to narrow it down from there.
It looks like an IPv6 address to me. Here is a lookup tool for IPv6 addresses. https://www.ultratools.com/tools/ipv6Inf… Your posted address did not include all the address!
It may or may not give you a specific location just like IPv4 addresses don't relate to specific locations!!! The only thing you can do is find the ISP who owns the allocations unless it is a static IP and is specifically assigned to a registered user. (That is not that common.)
It's an ipv6 IP address.
You will only get a general location. IP address are linked to the ISP. Only in very rare cases can it be traced to a home address without a court order.
It's an IPv6 address. IPv6 is replacing IPv4 as v4 addresses have run out. It's location appears to be at
I hope this helps.
IPv6? I'm not aware of true applications of this system. It is a big haze to me and it's probably yours.