+ 0 Votes ah an Oppps Damnit CG IT 7 years ago well you could check DHCP and see what pool it uses, then make a guess that whoever setup the network used the first or second address in that range as the server address. you could also check DHCP options for DNS servers. The SBS box is DNS so whatever address the DNS option is in DHCP would be the sbs box address. subnet mask,, well you'll just have to guess. the default gateway .... well you should be able to answer that yourself.last but not least, on one of the workstations, run ipconfig/allthat should give you the gateway address, DNS server address and subnet mask being used on the network. Note: the DNS server listed should be a private address + 0 Votes thanks! jivenwail 7 years ago ok thanks! + 0 Votes This should do it as well/\.. jreid 5 years ago If you know the name of the sbsbox you can go to a command prompt.ping -a SERVERNAMEThis command will give you the ip-address for the server buy resolving the name agents you DNS server. Then terminal in to it and you are off.