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How to determine the IP address of your computer

Use TCP/IP Properties

1. Right click My Network Places and click on Properties

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2. Right click Local Area Network and select Properties

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3. You will get the following window, select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click on Properties

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4. If your computer is set to use a particular IP address, it will be displayed. If it is set to obtain an IP address automatically, you should use option 2 or 3 to determine the IP address.

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Visit My-IP Address

Follow the link below to see your IP Address.

http://netman/cgi-bin/my-ip-address.cgi

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Use winipcfg or ipconfig

1. Go to the Command Prompt by clicking on Start | Programs | Accessories | Command Prompt

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2. If your operating system is Windows 2000 or Windows XP type ipconfig /all at the DOS / Command Prompt and it will display your IP address and all the TCP/IP configuration for the network card. Type winipcfg /all for Windows 98 computers.

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