Getting the IP address of your computer is an important task for many users. Whether you need to troubleshoot a network issue or just want to know what your IP address is, PowerShell can help you quickly and easily retrieve it. In this article, we will show you how to get the IP address of your computer using PowerShell commands.
The first step is to open PowerShell. To do this, press the Windows key and type “PowerShell”. Then, click on the “Windows PowerShell” icon.
Once PowerShell is open, type the following command: “Get-NetIPAddress”. This command will display all of the IP addresses associated with your computer. The IP address you are looking for is the one labeled “IPv4 Address”. This is the IP address of your computer.
If you need to find the IP address of a specific network adapter, you can use the following command: “Get-NetIPAddress -InterfaceAlias
You can also use PowerShell to find the IP address of a remote computer. To do this, use the following command: “Get-NetIPAddress -ComputerName
Getting the IP address of your computer or a remote computer is easy with PowerShell. With just a few simple commands, you can quickly and easily retrieve the IP address you need.