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The plex server IP would be the IP address of the computer you are running the Plex Server application on.

If that computer is a Mac, you can find that address in System Preferences - Network - Advanced - TCP/IP and look at the IPv4 address shown there.

You can also look in the router settings to find it. You will want to make sure that address stays the same all the time. This is done in the settings of the router that is providing DHCP services (the IP addresses) on your local network and set that address permanently (a static IP address) for that computer. You need to follow the link they provide on how to set up a static IP address on your router.

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