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    How i find out my IP address?

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    by BracNet886 ·

    I did not find my computer id address how can I know my IP address.

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      Reply To: How i find out my IP address?

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to How i find out my IP address?

      What IP-address? The internal (in your home network) or the external (seen from the Internet)?
      What OS on that computer (Windows, MacOs, Linux)?
      Why do you need the IP-address?

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      You Can Easily Find IP address

      by txfinds317 ·

      In reply to How i find out my IP address?

      To find out your IP address, you can follow these steps:

      Using a Search Engine (Easiest Method):
      Open your web browser (e.g., Chrome, Firefox, Safari).
      Go to a search engine like Google.
      In the search bar, type “What is my IP address” and press Enter.
      The search results will display your public IP address at the top of the page.
      Using Your Operating System (Windows, macOS, or Linux):

      Windows:
      Press the Windows key on your keyboard.
      Type “cmd” and press Enter to open the Command Prompt.
      In the Command Prompt window, type “ipconfig” and press Enter.
      Look for the “IPv4 Address” under your active network connection. It will display your local IP address.

      macOS and Linux:
      Open the Terminal application.
      Type “ifconfig” and press Enter (on macOS) or “ip a” (on Linux).
      Look for the “inet” or “inet addr” value under your active network connection. This is your local IP address

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      Reply To: How i find out my IP address?

      by mike.smithclark ·

      In reply to How i find out my IP address?

      To find out your IP address, you can use one of the following methods, depending on your operating system and network configuration:

      Using a Search Engine:
      Simply go to your favorite search engine (e.g., Google, Bing) and type “What is my IP address?” in the search bar. The search results will display your public IP address.

      Using Command Prompt or Terminal (Windows, macOS, or Linux):

      For Windows:

      Press the Windows key to open the Start menu.
      Type “cmd” and press Enter to open the Command Prompt.
      In the Command Prompt window, type the command ipconfig and press Enter.
      Look for the “IPv4 Address” under your active network connection; this is your local IP address. Your public IP address can be found online using a search engine as mentioned earlier.
      For macOS or Linux:

      Open the Terminal application.
      Type the following command and press Enter: curl ifconfig.me or curl ifconfig.co.
      Your public IP address will be displayed in the Terminal window.
      Using Network Settings:

      On Windows:

      Open the Windows Settings app.
      Go to “Network & Internet.”
      Under “Status,” click on “View your network properties.”
      Your local IP address is listed as “IPv4 address.”
      On macOS:

      Click on the Apple menu and go to “System Preferences.”
      Select “Network.”
      Choose your active network connection on the left sidebar.
      Your local IP address is displayed as “Connected.”
      On Linux:

      Depending on your Linux distribution, you can find your network settings in different places. Common options include system settings or network manager applets in your system tray.
      Please note that the IP address you find using these methods may be either your public IP address (the one visible to the internet) or your local IP address (the one on your internal network). If you want to know your public IP address, using a search engine is the easiest way. If you need your local IP address, you can find it using the command prompt or terminal method described above.

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