Make sure that your Pc is connected to network to find the IP address as it is assigned to the PC’s that are connected to a network else not.
You can find the IP address either through Command Prompt or through Network Connection. These methods are purely for your private PC IP address that is assigned only to you. There is even public IP address assigned to your PC that is visible to rest of the network users and can be determined through search engines.
- Click on start button and go to “run” program. A command box appears along with a text field. Now type cmd, all in small cases and click on OK to in order to open the command prompt.
- Command page is nothing but a black page with inbuilt commands. Give the command as “ipconfg” in order to run the ipconfg.
- A list of available network connections on your PC will be displayed.
- Now start searching for your active connection that can be present as Wireless Network Connection, Ethernet Connection, or Local Area Connection. You need to proceed with the search until you come across IP4v and it’s not going to be easy one as the list is really a lengthy one.That’s it now you know your IP.
- Click on the network icon present on the tool bar or you can even open it through control panel.
- Right click on the active connection option once the network connection window is displayed.
- Now click on the status tab and then on the details option.
- If you are a XP user, select support tab and then go to details.
- Once you click on the details button, a list of all the connection details will be displayed on the screen of which one is your required search (IP address).
Using Network Connection:
To find an IP address, it is essential that your PC is connected to a network. And if it is connected to the both network and an internet connection, then it will have an internal IP address that is helpful to mark the location of your PC on the local network and will have an external IP address of your internet connection. IP address is generally in the format of 192.168.2.25