How Do I Find Out My Ip Address
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    How Do I Find Out My Ip Address

    HOW DO I FIND OUT MY IP ADDRESS
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    In your Dos prompt type ipconfig...
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    Or try:

    START MENU -> RUN -> Type in "winipcfg" and hit enter.

    Then, from the drop-down list-box, pick the device (modem or network card) that you use, and your IP should be shown there.
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    You can also open up a dos session in windows and type in

    nbtstat -n

    And it should display you ip address.
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    Netstat

    Also, my dear friend who has the CAPS button stuck down, you can use netstat. Try the following.

    C:/>Netstat -n

    This will show you all your connected ports and the ip addresses connection to your computer. Now the setup should look something like this:

    Proto - Local Address - Foreign Address - State
    TCP 123.456.7.8:1234 38.52.46.1:80 Established
    TCP 123.456.7.8:1234 234.56.14.61:119 Established
    UDP 123.456.7.8:1234 111.35.55.6:25 Time_Wait
    TCP 123.456.7.8:1234 254.231.33.5:1214 Time_Wait


    Now, your IP will be the Local Address ...Foreign Address is all the IP's currently connected to your computer, and the " : " divides the IP and the port of that which it is connected to you to. Foreign Address's can differ, so thats ok, yet your Local Address should all be the same if your not doing any whacky stuff to your PC. TCP/UDP are the protocols. TCP - Transfer Control Protocol ; UDP - User Datagram Protocol. Now the State is just the 'state' of the current connection, this can also differ...as you see in my lovely diagram , two are established, and two are waiting.

    [P.S. - Sorry about the crappy diagram...I did the best I can do. ]
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    Try Shields Up! at GRC. this will tell you your IP address plus whether or not your computer is leaking information about you onto the net for anyone to see!
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    ummm....

    u can also use ARP.


    ip address/mac address


    err....


    i think.


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    or...you can use google

    http://www.whatismyipaddress.com/

    this will tell you every time
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    instead of using "winipcfg " at the run dialog try using netstat -n because many a times winipcfg gives an error that some supporting file is not found...



    intruder....
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