Identifying own IP to use for LDP Client configuration

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Please help me in identifying my IP. I would like to use an LDP client to communicate to an active directory here at work, but I don’t know how. Thanks so much.

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Identifying own IP to use for LDP Client configuration

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Hi Connie There are lots of website's that check your IP here are some of the best website that shows your IP http://www.ipaddresslocation.org/ http://www.find-ip-address.org/ Or buy checking to your computer 1 click start > all programs > Accessories > command prompt Or Click start > run type cmd command prompt will open 2 while in the command type "ipconfig /all" You can see all the information you need from DNS, IP Address, Subnet mask, default gateway Hope I help you with this

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Identifying own IP to use for LDP Client configuration

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If you are using a router to connect to the internet, you may have two different IP addresses: first, the one assigned to you by your router and second, the IP address assigned to you by your internet service provider. When you are connected to a router, the router creates a private network and assigns your computer’s IP address.

Aside from that, the router itself has its own IP address that you use to access its settings. Now, when you connect to the internet, the website sees a different IP address and that IP address is called your public IP address. This is the IP address assigned to you by your internet service provider which changes overtime.

To identify the IP address assigned to you by your router, click Start, Run, type without quotes “cmd” then hit Enter. In the command prompt, type without quotes “ipconfig /all” then hit Enter. You should see something like this.

Your current IP address is the number indicated by the IP Address label. In the image, my IP address is 192.168.22.3. This IP address is automatically assigned to me by my router. The IP address of my router is the number indicated by the Default Gateway label. To know what your public IP address is, open your web browser then search Google for “my public ip address”.

You should see something like this on the result.

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