If you want to find out the public IP address of your hub you can use sites like -

To find your local IP address - the one that your router has given to your computer - follow the steps below for your operating system.

Microsoft Windows 7 or Vista

  1. Click the Start icon (you'll find this in the bottom left of your computer screen).
  2. Type cmd in the Search programs and files field (do not press Enter).
  3. Click cmd.
  4. In the black screen that comes up type in ipconfig/all and
  5. Enter

    ipconfig /all

  6. You'll see a screen like this. In this example the IP address is 192.168.1.214.


Microsoft Windows 8 or 8.1

  1. Move your cursor to the bottom right of the screen (swipe one finger from the right if using a touchscreen).
  2. Select Search and type in 'cmd'.
  3. Select cmd from the search results.
  4. In the black screen that comes up type in ipconfig/all and
  5. Enter.

    ipconfig /all

  6. You'll see a screen like this. In this example, the IP address is 192.168.1.214.


Microsoft Windows 10

  1. At the bottom left of the screen, double-click the area that says Type here to search.
  2. In the highlighted box type cmd.
  3. Select Command Prompt from the search results.
  4. In the black screen that comes up type in ipconfig/all and
  5. Enter.

    ipconfig /all

  6. You'll see a screen like this. In this example, the IPv4 address is 192.168.1.214.

    If you also have an IPv6 address, it'll show as Link-local IPv6 Address. In this example, the address is fe80::25b3:5ad1:c468:fe56:


Apple OSX (MacOS) 10.4 or later

  1. In the top right corner of the screen, click on Spotlight (the magnifying glass) and type network utility.

    ipconfig /all

  2. Select Network Utility from the results
  3. From the dropdown box highlighted select your connection method (e.g. Wi-Fi)

    ipconfig /all

  4. You'll then get your IP address. In this example, it's 192.168.1.102.
 
 

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