An IP address (internet Protocol Address) is a numerical label assigned to a computer network that uses the Internet protocol for communication. A unique Ip is usually assigned to each and every device that is connected to a computer network and each computer usually has its own unique IP. Think of a IP as your own personal digital fingerprint. Our IP allows our computers to communicate with internet internet databases. It serves two main purposes network interface identification and location addressing.
- Steps to finding your Windows internet protocol Address:
for wifi connection:
- On the taskbar, select Wi-Fi network > the Wi-Fi network you’re connected to > Properties.
- Under Properties, look for your Internet protocol address listed next to IPv4 address.
- On taskbar select the Ethernet connection icon > the Ethernet network connection.
- Under Ethernet , select network connection.
- Under Properties, look for your IP address listed next to IPv4 Address.
- Steps to finding your android internet protocol address:
Go to Settings> About Device > Status
- Steps to finding your apple internet protocol Address:
- Open Apple Menu and click on System Preferences
- Use the View menu to select Network
- Inside Network Preferences, select Ethernet (for wired connections) or Wi-Fi on the left side, and your IP address will be displayed in the middle.