That's a local IP on your LAN. You should have another IP on the internet.Originally Posted by ckiang
Hey, I have the same ip as you! 192.168.1.1! We must be living under the same roof, using the same computer yet we don't know each other.Originally Posted by ckiang
I get a "X" icon when my firewall's active...
When it's not, I get 2 IPs.
I know, but I don't wanna broadcast the "real", external IP.Originally Posted by darkness
ISP uses "overload" translation to cater for high volume sub base. IP address are scare nowadays so sharing needs to be done. Very unlikely that you would get a fix IP unless you are a corporate customer.
dun offline lor
hmm.... are you inviting Mr Lovesan... Ms Nachi.... Macho SoBig.... or....Originally Posted by ninelives
"High Wired, Dream Sired"
how to check IP?!??!?! TEACH !!! ... as far as i know , dial ups also have different IP address for every connection right ?
In Win98: winipcfg
In Win2k/XP: ipconfig (in DOS prompt)
The above only works if you are directly connected to the Internet and not through a router. You can also check via Status for your network or dialup connection. if you are using a router, you must check through your router's interface.
Guess what? Me too! Haha!!Originally Posted by shutterbug
You using my PC again...Originally Posted by Wolfgang
My IP is do.not.ping.me
hmm, there is cross, i think the link was removed liao.Originally Posted by ninelives
Last edited by ninelives; 25th August 2003 at 11:05 PM.
Originally Posted by SNAG
probably you were using norton ? yes, u can configure it to block script, picture or java.