IP address win 2000

Discussion in 'DIY Computers' started by R D S, Mar 8, 2005.

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    R D S Guest

    Hi,
    How do I find my IP address in windows 2000?

    I type ipconfig and a dos box pops up but dissapears immediately.

    Rick
     
    R D S, Mar 8, 2005
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    Stuart Guest

    There is a flag to keep the command box up, can't recall offhand. My
    way would be to run cmd.exe (or just "cmd" in Start-Run) and enter
    "ipconfig" at the prompt in the command window.

    HTH

    Stuart
     
    Stuart, Mar 8, 2005
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    Rolyat Guest

    Which one .... LAN or WAN?
     
    Rolyat, Mar 8, 2005
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    R D S Guest

    Hi, I was trying to network 2 pc's, seems zone alarm had a problem I just
    put the whole thing in trusted and its fine.
    I had it in the internet zone as it is a broadband router, I dunno if this
    leaves me vulnerable.
    Rick
     
    R D S, Mar 8, 2005
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    Oldish sod Guest

    Rick, whenever the advice to use a 'dos box' or 'command prompt'
    comes-up when using Win2000 or XP, just click the "Start" button,
    select "Run" then just type "cmd" <enter> and it won't disappear.
    In this case, do that, then type 'ipconfig /all' (if they knew what they
    were blathering about, they'd have told you that, anyway..)
    HTH,
     
    Oldish sod, Mar 9, 2005
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    GeoffC Guest

    Stuart posted exactly that in the first reply to the OP.
    If people read the thread properly then maybe they wouldn't be tempted to
    post such insults.
     
    GeoffC, Mar 9, 2005
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    Rob Hemmings Guest

    My apologies - I didn't make if clear that I was guessing that
    the droids at his ISP had asked the OP to do provide his IP
    address - NO WAY was this meant to be an insult to
    Stuart, R D S or Rolyat! It was late and I'm getting old!
    Regards,
     
    Rob Hemmings, Mar 9, 2005
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    GeoffC Guest

    Ahem, well yes, err...... if you put it like that, I see what you mean.
    Probably all down to my newsreader
    Yes they should have told him.
     
    GeoffC, Mar 9, 2005
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    Oldish sod Guest

    It is still my fault for reading between the lines though..
    Regards,
     
    Oldish sod, Mar 9, 2005
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