IP address of an external modem through a Mac

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I use Mac OS X and I have a external modem.

How to find the IP address of these modem. It has two Internet Protocol Addresses.

Which of them is assigned with my Internet service provider?

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IP address of an external modem through a Mac

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Hi Mr. Cullen Centeno

If you don't mind try this Steps:
 
  • Pull down the apple menu in the top left corner
  • Click on the system preferences
  • Click on the network under internet and network
  • In the show select built in Ethernet
  • Select the tab TCP/IP
  • In the configure select using DHCP
  • Now you will find the IP address 
 
To clarify here, the routers IP and your own IP address are different things. Being the start of a network, the access point typically holds the very first IP address on the network, ending in .1 or .100, and then individual IP’s are counted from there. If you know the format of the networks assigned IP’s you can often just guess this, because if your machines IP is 192.168.1.5 it’s a very good chance the routers is 192.168.1.1, and so on
 
I Hope this is Clear.

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