[How-To] Find IP on MAC OS X

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by krisis, Feb 26, 2008.

  1. krisis

    krisis New Member

    Feb 1, 2008
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    This is a tutorial show you all how to find an IP on a mac with OS X. This is the most simple way out there.

    ~1. Click System Preferences on the DOCK
    ~2. Now goto the Internet Network row and click on Network
    ~3. Now click on the TCP/IP tab
    ~4. You should now see a text that says IP Address:

    ~ex: IP Address:

    ~ITS SO EASY!!!

    ~~~~~AND NOW FOR THE IPOT!~~~~~

    ~~~~IP ON IPOT~~~~

    1. Start by clicking 'Settings' icon somewhere on the main screen
    2. Go to the very top where it says 'Wi-Fi'
    3. Click it
    4. Wait for the wifi list to load
    5. Find the wifi network that you are connected to and click the little Blue circle with a little white arrow pointing right
    6. Click it
    7. Now a new screen will show
    8. Make sure it's set to 'DHCP' tab and not 'BootP' or 'Static'
    9. Scroll down and you should see where it says IP Address and to the right will be your ip
    EX: IP Address

    And thats the info that some apps ask for suck as the new Touch Pad application
    so if you ever need to use an IP referrer to this tutorial.

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