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    Identifying IP Address

    I have a wireless router via cable modem and would like to identify IP addresses using the connection. Is it possible?

    My Oper Sys is XP.

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    Re: Identifying IP Address

    I assume you want your public ip addy. If you use the web interface for your router, there should be a status screen or similar. If you want to repost with the model of the router, I can prolly be more specific.
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    Re: Identifying IP Address

    And, in that Status screen of some routers like Mike mentions, (mine is a Linksys) you can also open a DHCP Clients list to show you the LAN clients currently listed (attachment, obliterated a tad).

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    Re: Identifying IP Address

    If you do a start, run, CMD to open a command prompt window, and do a IPCONFIG /ALL command, that will get you plenty of information.

    I bet that "Default Gateway" or "DHCP server" would be your wireless router. Try entering that IP address into an Explorer window and see if you get the managment interface to the router.

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