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IP Addresses

By dmcveigh ·
How can I see a list of all the IP addresses currently being used on our server?

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on server or network?

by Churdoo In reply to IP Addresses

and are you talking a windows server? If Windows server and you want the IP's utilized on the server, then IPCONFIG from a CMD prompt will tell you what you need to know.

If you're looking for a list of all IP's in use on your NETWORK, then that's a little more tricky. Looking at the address leases on your DHCP server will give you a list of all IP's being used by DHCP clients on your network, but you may still have static IP devices like server(s), router(s), etc.

For a complete list, download and run a utility such as "the dude" (http://www.snapfiles.com/get/thedude.html) which will scan your local network and give you a diagram of all IP's in use on the network.

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Not sure I fully understand the question but...

by jimmy-jam In reply to IP Addresses

if you mean all the IP's currently being used by your server, open a command prompt and type

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<b>ipconfig /all</b><br/>
<br/> This should give you allIP's being used by all adapters.

If that's not what you mean please clarify.

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