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In Max OS 10.5 - how do you tell the IP address and the DNS servers?

Posted on 2008-10-29
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I know - softball of the day.  But I don't have a Mac but I have a VIP who does.  Need to know IP address and DNS server currently in use = the same info you get with ipconfig /all in Windows.
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From the dock open system preferences and click on network and then on the current network connection you are using.  Then click on Advanced and you can see all of the things you need to see about the network setings.
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alternatively if you like consoles
open up
"console"

and type
ifconfig




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Great - thanks.
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