In this article, we'll show you how you can find out your MAC address and IP address.
First, let's describe in a nutshell what MAC and IP addresses are.
IP address (ah pi address) is a unique address of your computer in a specific local or global network.
MAC address (mac address) is a unique identifier of your network card, i.e. physically identifies a computer, regardless of whether you are on a local network or have a direct connection to the Internet.
The use of MAC and IP addresses is very simple: using these identifiers, we exchange data on computer networks. There are several ways to find out your IP and MAC address. In this article, we'll cover two of them.
Method 1. Using the command line.
As an example, we will use the Windows Vista operating system; for other Windows operating systems, these steps are almost the same. So, to access the command line, click Start - All Programs - Standard - Command Prompt "(Fig. 1).Fig. 1 Command line
The Topic of Article: How to find out your MAC and IP addresses.