It depends on what you want to do.
Afrihost has static & dynamic IP addresses and a range of IP's.
If you wish to know the IP address for your ADSL you can check on Client Zone
Client zone login: https://clientzone.afrihost.com
If you wish to know the IP address for your domain you will have to ping it.
To PING on windows;
Open the Start menu
Type “cmd” in the search bar at the bottom of the menu.
Click cmd found in the search results for Programs.
A black box with a flashing cursor will open; this is the Command Prompt. Type “ping” and then hit the Space bar on your keyboard.
Type in the address you’d like to ping and then hit the Enter key on your keyboard. Wait for the ping results.
To PING on MAC:
On the home screen, open the Spotlight search tool and type “network utility” in the search bar. Double click the Network Utility app to open it.
You can also find this app at /System/Library/CoreServices/Applications.
Select the Ping tab and then type the address you’d like to ping in the text box. Click Ping and wait for the ping results.
Understanding ping test results
Ping test results look similar in both Windows and Mac OS.
Successful ping tests
First you’ll see the replies for each packet sent in the ping test. A Windows ping test will typically send 4 packets; a Mac OS ping test may send more.
You’ll then see the statistics returns from the ping test. These results can be useful in advanced troubleshooting for latency issues, but the fact that the ping test returned results means that your computer is able to connect to that address.
Failed ping tests
If a ping test fails, you see error warnings:
If a ping test fails, you may need to troubel shoot your internet connection.
If you require further assistance please email: email@example.com
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