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This document explains how the IP number and MAC address of a network adapter are displayed in Windows.

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Windows 9x/2000/XP/Vista
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  • NOTE. Windows 95/98, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Vista are generally no longer supported by Help Desk. We just need to be able to provide the best possible support. If we can’t solve your underlying problem on Windows 9x/2000/XP/Vista, you can find help in Microsoft Base.

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    How to find all IP numbers and MAC addresses behind a network card

    1. On the Windows Start menu, click the Run button.
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    3. Type cmd in the command prompt “Open” from the “Run” menu and click “OK” to open the command prompt window.
    4. Type ipconfig /all in the main command to check the community map settings.
    5. The IP number and MAC address are listed in the IP address and physical address section of ipconfig.
    6. You can copy a specific physical address and IP address Directly from the command by going directly to the command line and following the markup. Then use the Duck and Enter keys to select the text that the client wants to copy.
    7. How do I determine my computer’s IP address?

      Select Start > Settings > Network and Internet > Wi-Fi via, then select the Wi-Fi network you want to connect to.In the Properties section, look for the new IP address listed next to the IPv4 address.

    See See Also:

    • Windows 8 and 10: Finding the IP number and MAC address of each card

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