In this article we will learn about How to check our Computer's IP address.
As we know, An IP (Internet Protocol) address is a unique address that identifies a device on the internet or a local nework which you are connected. This number is very helpful in troubleshooting connection issues. You may be asked to supply the address during a troubleshooting session. The internet needs a way to differentiate between different computers, routers, and websites. It provide's a way of doing so and form an essential part of how the internet works.
Click on your Start Menu and type cmd in the search box and press enter.
A black and white window will open where you will type the below command and press enter.
Your ip address will be the IPv4 address.
1. Go to Settings
2. Network and Internet
3. Select either Wi-Fi or Ethernet
4. Select the connected network
5. Scroll down to Properties
6. Under properties, look for your IPV4 address
Enter below command
For Wired Connections type
ipconfig getifaddr en1
For Wi-Fi Connections type
ipconfig getifaddr en0
Now,You can also see your public IP address in the Terminal: just type the below command and your public IP will pop up.
1. Under the Apple menu, select System Preferences
2. Select Network usually in the 3rd row
3. Select a connected network in the left side menu
4. The IP address is displayed under Status: Connected
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