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How to Identify All Static IP Addresses by Chris Loza, studioD

In a wide-area network that uses the static IP addressing method, a computer may have multiple static IP addresses to identify it across all the sub-domains of the wide-area network. Large corporations with various locations across the country or even across the globe would need to identify that a computer belongs to the domain without changing the IP address every time a user changes location. The valid IP addresses can all be identified in the computer's connection settings.
Click the Start button and click "Control Panel."
Type "adapter" in the "Search Control Panel" box and choose "View Network Connections" under "Network and Sharing Center."
Select the active connection that the computer uses. This may be a wired connection called "Local Area Connection" or a wireless connection called "Wireless Network Connection" or "WAN Miniport Connection."
Right-click the active connection and select "Properties."
Choose "Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)" and click "Properties."
List down the IP address found in the "IP address" box under "Use the following IP address." This is the current IP address used for the connection.
Click the "Advanced" button to identify all the other static IP addresses under the "IP Address" box.

Things Needed

  • User account with administrator privileges

About the Author

Chris Loza has published essays and book reviews in major Philippine newspapers since 2005. His work has appeared in the "Philippine Daily Inquirer" and "Philippine Star." Loza also worked as a technical writer for LWS Media. He has a Bachelor of Science in electronics and communications engineering from the Ateneo de Manila University.
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