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this page, where you can click on the button to get your IP address.
A more standard method is by using ipconfig in windows, or ifconfig in *nix.
With Windows, open a command prompt window (Start -> Run -> type cmd) and type ipconfig. You will see your present IP in the results.
The program winipcfg that was familiar in the Windows 9X series doesn't exist in Win2K/WinXP.
You can download a handy little application called wntipcfg to replace it. More info here.
Direct link to download: http://download.microsoft.com/download/win2000platform/wntipcfg/1.00.0.1/nt5/en-us/WntIpcfg_setup.exe
To simplify things, when you finish installing, you can go to the folder where it installed and rename the file from wntipcfg to winipcfg and put that file in the c:\windows folder. Then to use it, use -> Start -> Run - type in winipcfg and the old winipcfg will pop up and will work! Easy for those used to winipcfg.
Thanks to djdanska for updated info on this entry.
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