How can I find out my IP Address?

  The Mad Monk 22:58 25 Jun 04
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Anyone Please help?

  Charence 23:00 25 Jun 04

START > RUN > COMMAND > OK > type IPCONFIG

Ip address displayed with other info - job done!

Charence

  VoG II 23:02 25 Jun 04

Start, Run, type

cmd

and click OK

Then type

ipconfig /all

  Charence 23:03 25 Jun 04

can also be found if you click here

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 23:05 25 Jun 04

just right the mouse on the connetion icon (twin monitors) and select status then details

  The Mad Monk 23:07 25 Jun 04

Thanks for that. but what is the difference between the Server IP Address and client IP Address???

  end 23:39 25 Jun 04

BUT.... if I am right, it changes each time you log on???????...or at least , it does not "stay constant".........??????

  Djohn 23:42 25 Jun 04

Some do some don't end. Mine is a static address and is the same each time I log on. j.

  Gaz 25 01:11 26 Jun 04
  billyliv 13:01 26 Jun 04

Hi, If you have machines behind a hardware router your machine addresses are constant. Your router address will change every so often. Cheers, Bill

  CiderBob 13:09 26 Jun 04

what if your on 150 broadband???

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