How to check for the host ip address i am connected to

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How to check for the host ip address which i am connected to over to a game server using MS dos prompt
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Are you looking for the IP address of the game server? If so just ping the name and it will tell you the IP address of the server. Let me know if that is what you wanted, enjoy :D
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...or just type "netstat" at the command prompt - it will show you all established connections. (It may take a few seconds to display the connections)
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If you are just wanting to know your current IP Address you can do the command "ipconfig".


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NonbornAdversary -- FYI, all ipconfig shows is the user's current IP configuration (and that may be misleading if they are in a network hooked into a router which assigns an internal IP to the user's computer). If you want to know who is connected to your computer remotely you need to use netstat. It will show all current connections and may take a few minutes to display as it has to ping them all.
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when i type in ipconfig all it does is come up and close and i don't see anything cause it closes too fast

chao!!!
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nevermind
i was typein it in a start/run
i figured it out
you have to go into cmd prompt

sry!!!

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