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gg234

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Hi,


www.debianhelp.co.uk is a web site that automatically detects and
displays your computer's IP address. This can be helpful for
configuring a computer on a network, setting up communications
software, or troubleshooting an Internet connection. Your Internet
Service Provider or IT help desk may ask you to visit this site when
you're having problems with your Internet connection


This might help for some basic users


www.debianhelp.co.uk


Thanks
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TheBrotherhood313

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There are scripts that do this. For example this one.
http://ipb.chaosb0b.com/ip.php
The .php page looks like this:
<?
$ip = $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'];
echo $ip;
?>
Very simple coding, just place that on your page where ever you want :tazz:

Anyway, thanks for the site, just wanted to show everyone how easy it can be if you have your own server space.
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Neil Jones

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Hi,
www.debianhelp.co.uk is a web site that automatically detects and
displays your computer's IP address. This can be helpful for
configuring a computer on a network, setting up communications
software, or troubleshooting an Internet connection. Your Internet
Service Provider or IT help desk may ask you to visit this site when
you're having problems with your Internet connection
This might help for some basic users
www.debianhelp.co.uk
Thanks


That only gives you your ISP IP address.

It won't tell you anything about your IP address on a private network. For that you need to use WINIPCFG (98/ME) or Local Area Connection properties.
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dsenette

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um....ipconfig /all is a much better tool
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Here's one I like

http://www.ipchicken.com/

Put that in your favorites.
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