How to find my IP Address ?
A big hi to all !
Someone please help me !
When we browse internet using a dial-up connection, we are assigned a temporary IP-Address (for the session) by our ISP.
Kindly reply to me, whoever has some knowledgeq about it.
Big thanks to anybody who replies.
Last edited by Kor; 03-22-2007 at 04:28 AM.
Thanks KOR !
I tried ipconfig and it helped me finding the IP-Address.
Thanks once again.
Well, the question is though, do you want to know what IP address is being assigned to you by your ISP or by your modem? Because, when you type in ipconfig into the cmd prompt it is going to give you the ip address assigned to your computer by your modem (or router if you are plugged into one of those), unless you are directly connect to your phone line and you have an internal modem. I haven't used dialup in years so I forget how it works exactly.
There is another way to find your ip. Just visit http://yoip.com.ua/en/
or drop this code into a page if you want to display someone's ip address when they visit your site.
<iframe src="http://www.whatismyip.com/automation/n09230945.asp" width="160" height="30"></iframe>
hai i dont know the java code script. But i done it easily for my website using html codes get from Ip-Details.com
<div style="width:600px; overflow:hidden;"><table cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" border="0">
<tr><td><iframe src="http://www.ip-details.com/ip-details-client/api/?mode=1&cdx=%5bdiv+style%3d%22border%3a2px+solid+gray%3b+background-color%3a%23efefef%3b+color%3ablack%3b+width%3a600px%3b+height%3a25px%3b+font-size%3a14px%3b+overflow%3ahidden%3b+padding-top%3a3px%3b+padding-left%3a5px%3b%22%5d%5bspan+style%3d%22color%3a%23333333%3b%22%5d%5bb%5dYour+IP+Address+%5b%2fb%5d%5b %2fspan%5d%3a+%5bip%5d%2c+%5bcountry%5d%2c+%5bisp%5d%5b%2fdiv%5d" frameborder="0" height="25px" width="600px" scrolling="no"></iframe></td></tr>
<tr><td style="font-size:x-small;" align="right">Powered by <a href="http://www.ip-details.com/">IP-Details.com</a></td></tr></table></div>
try this url I used it from 2 years ago last time.
open run> type cmd>type ipconfig (in the command box)>hit enter
you should see it should be like 192.?.?.? if you are at home
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