How to Find my IP Address

I will say, it’s up to you that what procedure you would like to adopt, there are different techniques and I will write down all possible methods from easy to advance level but some of the solution might work or not, as it totally depends on the situation and the way you are proceeding.

How to Find your Static IP Address?

Graphical User Interface Solution

  1. Click on “Start” Button (Start Menu will Appears)
  2. Navigate to “Control Panel."
    1. Navigate to Network and Internet in Category View Mode
  3. Navigate to Network Sharing Center in Large / Small View Mode (or after Category), you can also search “Network” in the “Search Control Panel field” on right corner.
  4. Click on "Change Adapter Settings." on the left panel
  5. Double Click on Ethernet - if the computer is connected to the Internet via Ethernet – Wire Cable
  6. Double Click "Wi-Fi" if the computer is connected to the Internet via a Wi-Fi Network - Wireless
  7. Click on “Details” button and “Network Connection Details” windows will be open. Here you can review IP Information

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Command Line Solution

  1. Click on “Start” Button (Start Menu will Appears)
  2. Click on All Programs and Navigate to Accessories | Command Prompt
  3. Type ipconfig into the Command Prompt
  4. Press Enter to view Network Connection Details
  5. If your computer have more than one type of Network Card (Wire and Wireless, Virtual or VPN), you need to scroll down / up
  6. Find and locate the section name Ethernet Adapter Ethernet for Wired connection
  7. Find and located the section Wireless LAN Adapter WiFi for Wireless connection
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