IP Configuration Commands

The Command Prompt is not just for tracking the IP Address. You can also execute dome commands to configure your ip
here are the list of some IP Configuration commands

ipconfig - Display or show basic information
ipconfig /all - Display Full configuration or detailed information
ipconfig /release - Release the IP Address for the specified adapter
ipconfig /renew - Renew the IP Address for the Specified Adapter
ipconfig /flushdns - Purge the DNS Resolver Cache
ipconfig /registerdns - Refresh all DHCP leases and re-register DNS Names
ipconfig / displaydns - Display the contents of the DNS Resolver Cache
ipconfig /showclassid adapter - Display all the DHCP class IDs allowed for adapter
ipconfig /setclassid adapter - Modify DHCP class ID

Aside from Ip configuration, you can also do some commands like Ping
Ping Command is used to test the network connection

You can Ping the ip address by simply typing
ping 192.168.x.x
Ping the modem by typing the default gateway; ping a website by typing the url after the word ping (ping www.yahoo.com)

Tracking your IP Address in Macintosh OS

For troubleshooting Network Connection issues, you may need to find your Ip Address. I am done with the Windows, now let me share you how to track your Ip address for your Macintosh Operating system.
Macintosh is way too different compare to windows. It is easy though you may find it complicated if you get used to Windows as your Operating system.

►Just click the "Apple Logo" on the upper left corner of your screem
► Select "System Preferences" from the menu
►A new window will pop-up, just click the "Network" icon under the "Internet & Network" section

►Select which connection would you like to check in the "Show" drop down menu
◘ select "Built-in Ethernet" if you're hooked up via Ethernet
◘ select "Internal Modem" if you have an IFITL connection
◘Select "Airport" for wireless connection
►Finally, a new screen will show up. Just choose the "TCP/IP" tab and you will have your Ip Address!