Q: How can I find out my IP address under Windows?
NOTE: The following procedure may need to be adjusted slightly if you are not under Windows 2000.
Open a DOS terminal (easiest way is to click on Start and select Run, then type cmd in the dialog box).
At the DOS prompt, type ipconfig and all kinds of network parameters will be displayed.
If you have lost your existing IP address on the UCLA Astronomy network, follow the instructions at http://www.astro.ucla.edu/computing/mycomputer/#ipaddress to find out what it was.