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Right-click on the Windows key then select Command Prompt.In the Command Prompt, enter “ipconfig/release” then press [Enter] to release your computer's current IP Address.Enter “ipconfig/renew” then press [Enter] to renew your computer's IP Address.Press the Windows.Click Command Prompt.How to open ipconfig?
Open a Terminal app.Type /sbin/ifconfig this will list your IP address as well your MAC address.You can use cmd+a to select all, cmd+c to copy and it can be pasted to any text field.What does ipconfig tell you?
ipconfig basically lists out all the IP Configuration details of your Windows based machine. This would include both the Hardware MAC Addresses as well as your IP Address associated with that MAC. It basically lists out all the Networking Adapters in your machine with their MAC, IP, Default Gateway and Subnet Mask.