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How to use CMD to find out someone else's computer IP

The IP address is an arrangement of binary numbers between 32 bits and 128 bits that is commonly used as the identification address for every host computer on the Internet network. From this understanding, it can be concluded that any device that has an internet connection will certainly have an IP address.

Especially for those of you in the world of networking, you must have been curious about someone else’s computer IP, right? Just using CMD or Command Prompt, you can easily find out other people’s IP.

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Then how do you use CMD to find out someone else’s computer IP? Let’s check out the tutorial below!

This is how you can easily find out someone else’s computer IP using CMD

  • Make sure you are connected to a LAN or WiFi network.
  • Open the app CMD or command prompt.
  • Please enter after opening Network view Then, press ENTER.

Enter the Net View command

  • Then you will see a list of LAN network users who are already connected to the internet.
  • To find out someone else’s IP address, just type in Ping computer name like the picture below.

Ping IP address

  • If after pinging the displayed IP is IPv6, you can change the previous command to Ping computer name -4 like the picture below.

IPv4

  • CMD now automatically shows the IP of other people’s computers very easily.

How, very simple, isn’t it?

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