• Open Command Promp.
1.Press windows key +R and then enter cmd in field .
2. In windows 8 or 9 press windows key +X . select command promp. From menu.
• Run the “ipconfig” tool
1.Just type ip config and press enter key
2.Find your IP Address.Your active connection may be labeled Wireless Network Connection, Ethernet adapter, or Local Area Connection. It may also be labeled by the manufacturer of your network adapter. Find your active connection and look forIPv4 Address.*.The IP address is four sets of digits, with up to three digits per set. For example, it might look like192.168.1.4*.The ipconfig printout is long, so you may have to scroll up to find the IPv4 address.