Hey! I followed to guide on portforward.com to onfigure my dynamic IP to a Static. When I type into the Command Pormpt " ipconfig/all " when it displayed under the correct netowrk, my IP adress it was 192.168.*.** So I chnaged that to my Static IP but made the number 1 different so say it was 6, I made it 7! Then When i needed to connect my website, in the configuring I set my IP to a External IP which i gave me on whatismyip.com.. Did I do this right? or was a suppossed to use the IP that I set which was 192.168.*.**? NOTE; My website did not work with the External IP yet it did witht he Static one I set but not for others..!
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Type cmd in Start menu-Run. A little black window will open. Type: ipconfig/all and Enter. It'll list your IP among other info.
If you want to change it: Start menu->Control Panel
Type "adapter" int the search box. You'll have "Network and sharing Center". Click "View network connections". Select "Internet Protocol version 4 (TCP/IPv4)" and click Properties. There you can change your IP settings.
Internet Protocol is also known as Ip address.Every users on internet
have their own ip address.Users on internet identify by their ip
address.Ip address provided by the internet service provider.There are
two types of ip address static,dynamic ip address...
address will not change forever ..Even if you reset the modem the
static ip address won't change.Static Ip address also known as dedicated
ip address..You can use for website..This ip is dedicated for your
Dynamic Ip address :
Dynamic ip address
will change whenever you reset the modem.A new ip address will assigned
for your connection...You can use dynamic ip address for browsing and
normal internet usage....you can use the site Ip-details.com check the ip address whether it is static or dynamic ip address
There are two types of ip address available..One is
static ip address it will not change forever...But another ip address is
Dynamic ip address.It will change..If you need to change dynamic ip
,you can reset the modem it will assign new ip address for
you...everytime you can reset the modem and get new ip address...It\'s
possible only if you have dynamic ip...You can check whether your isp
provided ip is static ip or dynamic ip by visiting the site IP-DETAILS.COM
To check your IP you need to Go To Start Rum and type cmd and enter You will find a DOS screen poped up . you need to type Ipconfig . It list you your IP. You need to have a local admin to change your IP
just right click on your local connection on the desktop by the clock and click on "repair". this should clear the cache and renew the IP addy and DNS for yur connection. OR
Follow these steps to quickly release and/or renew the Internet Protocol (IP) address of a computer running Windows XP, Windows 2000, or Windows NT.
Click the Start menu button on the Windows taskbar.
Click Run... on this menu.
If the computer is holding a current IP address, type 'cmd' (without the quotes) in the text box that appears. A command prompt window appears on the screen.
Type 'ipconfig' (without the quotes) to view the status of the computer's IP address(es).
If the computer is holding a current IP address, type 'ipconfig /release' to let go of the address.
Type 'ipconfig /renew' to obtain a new IP address (whether or not the computer is holding a current address).
If it is not necessary to view the current IP addresses on a computer, simply type 'ipconfig /release' or 'ipconfig /renew' (without the quotes) in the text box that appears in Step 3.
To bring a computer back onto the network after moving it to a different location, or experiencing an unexpected outage, first release, then renew the IP address. Computers on DHCP networks often (but not always) re-establish network connectivity automatically