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How to recover a static ip address

By Michael1987 ·
Hi I need to know how to recover a static ip address of a server.
Ok here is the problem

I have a server that is behind a Cisco Pix Firewall. It has static mapping and a static conduit. I do not know the server IP address. The entire system crashed could anyone help me. Thanks

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by toughguy000 In reply to How to recover a static i ...

Would you be able to add more details to your post? Is it a remote server your trying to access? Is it a server that you have local access to? Have you tried http://whatsmyip.org/ ? Is the server still down?

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by Michael1987 In reply to More details?

well the email server is set to run a static IP address on the network. The only way it can be seen from the outside of the network on the internet is by a static condudit cirect in a PIX cisco firewall if I dont know the settings of the IP address how can i recover them.

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go to the server itself and log on

by CG IT In reply to more information

just check the NIC properties. If you can't do that, call someone who can. If you can't do that either, then I would venture to say that your not authorized to know.

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