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How to Find Your IP Address


Windows XP

1.) Use a command prompt

a.) Click on the Start button.

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b.) Select Run.

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c.) Type "cmd" (excluding the quotes) and press Enter. This will bring up a black box with a blinking cursor.

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d.) Type "ipconfig" (excluding the quotes).

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e.) Find IP Address in the list that comes up.

2.) Use Network Connections

a.) Click on the Start button.

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b.) Click on Control Panel.

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c.) Click on Network and Internet Connections.

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d.) Click on Network Connections

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e.) Right Click on the connection that you are using.

f.) Choose Status

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g.) Click on the Support Tab

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h.) Find IP Address in list.


Mac OS X

1.) Click on the Apple Logo in the upper right hand corner of your screen and choose System Preferences.

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2.) Within System Preferences choose Network

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3.) Click on the connection you are using (in this example Ethernet 2 is the active connection)

 

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4.) You will see the IP address Listed below the status.


Windows 7

 

1.) Use a command prompt

a.) Click on the Start button.

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b.) In the box labeled "Search programs and files"

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c.) Type "cmd" (excluding the quotes) and press Enter.

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d.) This will bring up a black box with a blinking cursor.

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e.) Type "ipconfig" (excluding the quotes).

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f.) Find IP Address in the list that comes up.

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