An Internet Protocol Address (IP Address) is a numerical designation assigned to each computer on a network to allow it to communicate with other computers or devices. Your location on the internet and how your Internet Service Provider (ISP) and websites find out who you are. Without the IP Address there would be no internet. Whether you're talking to tech support, doing your on troubleshooting, or configuring, you might need to know your IP. Finding your IP address under Windows 7 is a very simple process. The process is actually exactly the same whether you’re using Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP or even Windows Serer 2003/2008.
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Steps to Find Your IP Address in Windows 7
There are several different ways to access your IP address. One is through the Windows Command Prompt interface. To access this interface
click "Start" and then click "All Programs" and click "Accessories" and then click "Command Prompt."
• A black windows with a prompt will appear at the prompt, type "ipconfig" without the quotes, and hit "Enter."
• The window will display a long list of information. Look for IP4 Address. You will see a numerical representation that looks something like this: 192.168.1.100. This is your internal IP address that is used to communicate with your local network.
• If you don't want to use the command line interface, you can also find your IP address by going to Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center, and clicking on "Change adapter settings" at the top left.
• Double-click on your "Wireless Network Connection" or "Local Area Connection," depending on which you are using.
• On the Connection window that pops up, click on the "Details" button.
• Look for the IPv4 Address.
• If you need to find your "external" IP address, which is the IP Address that is used to communicate with Web Servers and other devices on the internet, just browse to one of the following web sites.