On the taskbar, select Wi-Fi network > the Wi-Fi network you're connected to > Properties. Under Properties, look for your IP address listed next to IPv4 address.
A consumer-grade router's factory IP address is typically 192.168.1.1. If the router is used to connect to the Internet, this address will be used as the default gateway by any computers and devices that connect to the Internet through it.
IP addresses are tied with the network, not the machine, indefinitely. When you join your computer to a network (for example, via wifi), the network allocates you an IP address for the duration of your connection.
Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA) kicks in when a Windows machine is unable to communicate with the DHCP server. It assigns an IP address to the computer that begins with 169.254. These IP addresses are only helpful on local networks; they are not suitable for usage on the internet.
IP addresses are classified into five groups based on the value of the first octet (the first decimal number). The IP address classes system was created for the purpose of assigning Internet IP addresses. The classes were defined based on the size of the network... for large networks with a lot of devices.
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