Thursday, 5 January 2012

 How do you find out the IP address of your own system

An IP address is a 32-bit decimal number that is normally written as four number between 1 and 255(8-bit or 1 byte),each separated from the other by a decimal point.An example of a typical IP address is

Some step for find your system IP address is given below-

1. Connect to the Internet.

2. Launch MS-DOS by going Run and type cmd then Enter key.

3. type ipconfig and the hit ENTER Key.

The window will display a long list of information. Look for IP4 Address. You will see a numerical representation that looks something like this: This is your internal IP address that is used to communicate with your local area network.Example given below...


Source author: Ajay singh

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