Question by  T (18)

How do I find my computers IP address?

I need to locate my computer IP address for some forms I am filling out and yet I have no idea where it is.


Answer by  john11 (617)

go to your Start button, then 'run', type 'cmd' and hit 'enter'. At the command prompt, type 'ipconfig /all'. That gives your computer's IP address not your router's.


Answer by  BobSXLemon (110)

The best way to find your Internet IP address is to type "what's my IP address" into a search engine and follow the links, there are lots of sites that will give it to you. You can find your local IP address by going start->run->type cmd.exe then in the MS-DOS box type ipconfig.


Answer by  Arun98 (12)

I have 2 options where you can find the IP address 1. Click on start --> Run --> cmd --> ipconfig 2. In taskbar --> click on the computer icon (LAN connection) --> Properties window opens --> click on the support tab. You can find the IP address


Answer by  Bhat (37)

1) Go to "Run" and type "cmd" (Run should be available above "Start") 2) Your cmd window will open 3) Type ipconfig in that window 4) You will get the IP address of your system (you can easily figure out the IP address as the label 'IP address will be available in front of your IP address. )


Answer by  joantheresa (1421)

Just go to the website "" and you will find the IP address that you need for your forms. I did this just yesterday and it came right up.


Answer by  richardcnkln (82)

Go to start click on run, or in vista or windows 7 go to accessories and hit run. Type in cmd. A black dos command prompt will open up. Type in IP config. It will give you all the relavent information.


Answer by  AmberT (45)

You must open a command prompt from your start menu. Click "Start", tnen select "Run". A small window will pop up, and you must type "cmd" in the text box and click "OK". Another window will open. In the new window type "ipconfig". Your IP address will be listed in the response.


Answer by  BrokenWits (382)

Go to Start, then 'Run' and type 'cmd'. Once the command prompt window comes up, type 'ipconfig'. Find your active connection, and take the value next to IP Address.


Answer by  Xisco21 (110)

If you want to find your local network IP address then open a command prompt from the Start Menu and type 'ipconfig' followed by enter. You IP address (possibly listed as IPv4 address) will be shown in the output. This may differ from your Internet IP address, you'll need to check online for that - search for'IP address checker'.


Answer by  leadcreation (0)

You can see IP address by using CMD. Type ipconfig and press enter.

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