Find Your Computer IP Address.

  1. Go to the Start menu, go to Run, and type “CMD” in the dialog box (without the quotes.
  2. Now you should see a dark (DOS) window
    Without the quotes, type “IPCONFIG” and press ENTER.
  3. Now you should see some network information, along with the IP ADDRESS of your computer listed.
  4. If more information is needed, other than the IP address, type the following from the same DOS box described in step two: IPCONFIG /ALL
    This will provide you with more network information on your computer.
  5. There are also websites available that can provide your computer IP, such as
  6. If you have a router/network set up, please note that the initial steps above will only show you the network’s IP from the router. For example, if you have a Linksys router installed, and perform the IPCONFIG command, it will show you something like “192.168.1.x” as opposed to your computer’s local/root address. For this reason, following STEP 5 above may be useful.

5 thoughts on “Find Your Computer IP Address.

  1. Good post but I was wondering if you could write a litte more on this subject? I’d be very thankful if you could elaborate a little bit further. Thank you!

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  3. using the ip config,i really find alot of ip adresses,among these what exactly is my ip confused

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