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Occupied IP's ?

By ph ·
I have been assigned access to busy colo NT server
located at a remote ISP. There are several
services (web, ftp, audio streaming) running
and I don't want to disturb current usage.
Ipconfig reports seven IP addresses, three of
which I know are being used (reported by IIS4). Is there a way, without downing the
server, to determine which IP's are being
used, and which are available? I have remote
access with pcAnywhere. Current administrators "aren't sure".Thanks for
considering....

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by Hasse MCSE/Brainbench In reply to Occupied IP's ?

Hi!

Start a command prompt and type netstat.

There you will see a list of open connections and local and remote addresses.

On a busy server this list can be quite large so I'd recommend to redirect output to a text file wich you can open inwordpad or so later.

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by ph In reply to Occupied IP's ?

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by NetworkJoe In reply to Occupied IP's ?

My guess is since you say IIS reported the addresses are being used, you have virtual servers configured. In the MMC, click properties for the web sites you are hosting, and the IP addresses being used for the web site will be under the web site tab, under "web site" properties.

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