Local IP in the LAN network is required by Testsigma to locate the systems where Tests are to be run on-premises or locally.
Here's a quick overview of the method for finding the Local IP on a Local LAN network in your Office or Work location.
Here are the instructions for Windows:
- Click on the Start menu and type cmd. When you see the cmd applications in Start menu panel, click it or just press enter. A command line window will open.
- Type ipconfig and press enter. You'll see a bunch of information, but the line you want to look for is "IPv4 Address." The number across from that text is your local IP address.
Here's how to do the same thing on a Mac:
- Open System Preferences (via the Apple menu at the top lefthand corner of your screen).
- When System Preferences opens, click on the icon labeled Network. You should see a few options on the left with labels like Wi-Fi, Ethernet, Bluetooth, etc. The ones with green dots have IP addresses assigned to them.
- Click the one on top (if it isn't already selected) and look to the right. There should be a sentence that reads something like "Wi-Fi is connected to Chocolate and has the IP address 192.168.1.102." The number at the end of that sentence is your local IP address.
If you need more clarity, a video from Lifehacker is added below:
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