If you have access to that person's computer and he did not clear his browsing history, you can check that in the browser. If, on the other hand, you mean to check by an internal (local LAN) IP at the edge of the network, there are special network devices that do that. You would need to know you network administrator.Originally posted by LV 702
is there a way to see sites that someone has been on by the ip address?
If you run a NAT based firewall (ipconfig says your IP is 192.168.xxx.xxx) this will not work.Originally posted by David_G17
an ip address is a unique number given to each item (usually a computer) on a network.
click Start -> Run -> type: command.com (then click ok)
in the box that pops up, type "ipconfig" and press enter to see your IP address on the network you are on.
the computer that runs GT is located at the ip address 220.127.116.11 - accessed via your browser at: http://18.104.22.168 (correct at the moment, it may change).
Sure it does. He didn't say to point your browser at your own computer. He only said how you can check your own ip address. Ping www.glocktalk.com, and it will tell you what the address is and whether it is reachable. You can also type "nslookup www.glocktalk.com" and just get the remote's ip address.Originally posted by frefoo
If you run a NAT based firewall (ipconfig says your IP is 192.168.xxx.xxx) this will not work.