Find Your IP Address Using Command Prompt
- Click on the Start Menu.
- Type cmd and click on Command Prompt.
- Type ipconfig and press Enter.
- Locate either Autoconfiguration IPv4 Address (Ethernet) or IPv4 Address (Wi-Fi).
- The number you see is your IP address.
How do I use command prompt to find my IP address?
- Click “Start,” type “cmd” and press “Enter” to open the Command Prompt window.
- Type “ipconfig” and press “Enter.” Look for “Default Gateway” under your network adapter for your router’s IP address.
- Use the command “Nslookup” followed by your business domain to look up its server’s IP address.
How do I find out the IP address of my printer?
Find IP address of a network printer
- Start -> Printers and Faxes, or Start -> Control Panel -> Printers and Faxes.
- Right-click the printer name, and left-click Properties.
- Click the Ports tab, and widen the first column which displays IP address of the printers.
How do I find my public server IP address Windows?
Find your public and local IP address
Open a command prompt by typing “cmd” in the Start Menu, and press enter. Type “ipconfig” into the command prompt window, and press enter. Find your active IPV4 IP address (it should be something like 198.168.