Your IP Address is the temporary, unique number assigned to your computer when you are on the network. There are several ways to find it:
- Select the AirPort icon from the menu bar
- Select Open Network Preferences
Locate Wireless IP Address
- Make sure your WiFI is connected.
- Locate your IP Address.
Locate Ethernet IP Address
- To see you Ethernet IP address click on Ethernet
- Your IP address will be indicated on the right
Locating your IP address on Windows 10 follows the same instructions as Windows 7, however the interface looks a little different. The pictures below were taken on Windows 7.
Make sure your computer's desktop is visible before following these steps.
Run Command Prompt
To find your IP Address in Windows, press the Windows (Apple/Command on Mac) key and R key simultaneously.
- In the box that opens, type cmd
- Click Ok
In the prompt that opens, type ipconfig followed by the enter key.
Locate IP Address
Locate the IPv4 Address under the Ethernet Adapter Local Area Connection heading. This is your IP address.