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What is an ip?

Ok, so what is an ip?

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  • kseoulgirl Apr 22, 2008

    ok so how do I get this number?








    posted by kseoulgirl on Apr 21, 2008
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    I got this computer basically for free. I cannot figure out how to get hooked up online. I have DSL Broadband through Netzero on my other computer(which since has crashed) and I would like to now hook up the iMac to be able to use Netzero as my ISP. Can this be done?




    Comment by kseoulgirl, posted on Apr 22, 2008
    How do I know what phone number to type in?

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    Yes it can be done if you are in OS9 under your apple menu control panels you will see a Tcp/ip setting. In there change the setting to modem built in then put in the phone number you wish to dial and it should work. There also use to be a setting called free PPP that would work also.


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Hi,
An IP address is nothing but a string of numbers separated by periods that identifies each computer attached to the Internet.There are two types of IP for a single computer namely Private or local IP address ,you can find the private or internet IP address using the command prompt Start - CMD - IP config/all .And the second one is public or network IP address you can find this address by visiting the site IP-Details.com.

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Hello kseoulgirl and welcome to FixYa

An IP stands short for Internet Protocol

An IP is like a home address like:
742 Evergreen Terrace, Springfield USA

but it is represented in numbers.


If you have a DSL modem it should say your IP address on the back

example:192.168.7.5


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IP= Internet protocol it would have numbers like 192.10.10.10 or what ever range the isp uses. If the first 3 numbers have a 169. whatever you are not connected.

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