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By tjclairmont ·
My last dealings with Novell was 3.2. I now have a Novell 6 customer and he wants to know what the IP number is to the server so he can test the firewall that was recentily installed. How do I check this?

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Type Config at the server console

by pgm554 In reply to FINDING IP # OF NOVELL 6 ...

But the chances of IP being bound to that box are slim to none.So if you don't find one ,don't be surprised.
3.x worked with IPX only.

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Good question

by Oz_Media In reply to FINDING IP # OF NOVELL 6 ...

FIrstly I would try posting in the Novell Section of TEchnical Q&A that's where questions get answered. Just follow the link under the 'Discussions' link.

But to offer some help, run NWCONFIG and you can get a list of all IP's from there. Just a simple process of elimination will give you the right one.

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by ebodholt In reply to Good question

well maybe you can find it that way...probably best to issue the 'CONFIG' command from the console. This will show you all NICs and bindings. If changes need to be made, use the 'INETCFG' command from the console. If 'INETCFG' has never been used, the configuration should be in the autoexec.ncf file located under SYS:\system directory.

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