1. Click the Windows button and place your cursor in the search box and type cmd and press enter 2. Type ipconfig at the command prompt and hit enter Your IP information is displayed and labeled accordingly.
1. Click in the search box in the lower right and type cmd 2. Click the Command Prompt match or hit enter 3. Type ipconfig at the command prompt and hit enter Your IP information is displayed and labeled accordingly.
1. Click the Apple Menu and choose System Preferences 2. Click the Network icon 3. Click Advanced in the lower right corner 4. Click TCP/IP on the top menu Your local IP address will be listed along with your subnet, and router/gateway address.
How and when do I report IP abuse? If you run a network, website, or have a device connected to the internet that is getting attacked from an IP address or multiple IP addresses, how do you report IP abuse. Chances are the IP address that you are seeing abusing your connection, isn’t that of […]
What is IPv6? IPv6 or Internet Protocol version 6 is the replacement for IPv4. IPv4 has been exhausted. As IPv6 rolls out to replace IPv4, here’s what you need to know. What does an IPv6 address look like? An IPv6 address contains eight groups of four hexadecimal digits with the groups being separated by colons. […]