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    Do you mean your system's IP address?



    If you do, the easiest way is as follows:



    Start, Run, CMD [enter]



    Ipconfig /all [enter]



    You IP address, MAC address, Default Gateway all are listed there.

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I'm not sure about your ISP number but on a PC from the start button find Run and type cmd. you should get a new window at the prompt type ipconfig/all and it will tell you your ip address, subnet, gateway, dchp and a few more interesting bits of information.

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Run ipconfig from a command window (type cmd in the search for Vista or Start Run cmd in XP) then type ipconfig

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  • 1 Make sure that the cable is correctly connected to both a phone line and your modem and that, if you're using an external modem, it's connected to the PC.
  • 2 Dial the access number for your Internet service provider (ISP) with a regular telephone and listen for a data tone. If you don't get one, then you have the wrong number or your ISP is down.
  • 3 If your modem is internal, skip this step. Unplug the power cord from your modem and shut down your computer. Plug the modem back in and restart your computer.
  • 4 If you have another modem cable that you can use to connect the computer to the modem, swap it with your current cable to rule out a bad cable.
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  • 2 Locate the TCP/IP settings for your computer. In Windows, these are found in the Network and Dial-up Connection control panels. In Mac OS 9.2 and earlier, they're in the TCP/IP control panel. In Mac OS X, they're in the Network section of System Preferences.
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