To find and submit the IPv4 address of a machine, you can follow these steps:
- Open the Command Prompt or Terminal: On a Windows machine, you can open the Command Prompt by pressing the Windows key + R, typing “cmd”, and pressing Enter. On a Mac, you can open the Terminal by pressing Command + Space, typing “Terminal”, and pressing Enter.
- Type “ipconfig” or “ipconfig”: In the Command Prompt or Terminal window, type “ipconfig” on Windows or “ipconfig” on Mac and Linux machines, then press Enter. This will display information about your network connections, including your IPv4 address.
- Find the IPv4 address: Look for the “IPv4 Address” or “IPv4 Address. . . . . . . . . . . . :” field in the output. The IPv4 address will be a series of numbers separated by periods (e.g., 192.168.0.1).
- Submit the IPv4 address: Once you have found the IPv4 address, you can submit it to the relevant system or network administrator, or use it for your own purposes, such as setting up a network connection or configuring a device.
Note that your IPv4 address may change over time, especially if you are using a dynamic IP address assigned by your Internet Service Provider (ISP). If you need a static IP address that does not change, you may need to contact your ISP or network administrator to request one.