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Is there a possibility to find my IP address (under NT) if I'm using a dialup connection to my ISP.
Thanks.
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by:BlackMan
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Use IPCONFIG /ALL from a DOS box, it will show info for all adapters, including Dial Up Networking...
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by:ahoffmann
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.. sometimes :-)
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by:kuehn
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if IFCONFIG /ALL doesn´t work, try to look in the Dialup Network Monitor. There you will find your IP.

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by:kancel
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I would like to find my IP after I'll be connected to my ISP.
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Yes,
Open [start] [properties] [control settings] no there is the window where you find all icons for network, printer, date/time, devices,etc.
There open [DFÜ-Monitor] blue gray icon with a yelloy telephone.

Now there are three choices: [Status][Summary][Settings]. If you are connected, choice [Summary]
In this window are youre active in inactive connection to the internet. Double click the active one, and you will see the IP of your local DFÜ adapter
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by:ahoffmann
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.. sometimes ;-)
sorry, kuehn, there still exist application which get an IP over DUN and don't show up with ipconfig or Dial-UpMonitor (DFÜ: T-Online 2.0.5 ))-:
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by:kuehn
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ahoffmann:
I don´t know what DUN is, but a ping to localhost should work.
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by:ahoffmann
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DUN (Dial-Up Network) == DFÜ (DatenFernÜbertragung)
ping localhost  just test the TCP/IP stack itself, has nothing to do with DUN (as the questioner asked)
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by:ptenuta
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Have you tried nbtstat -n ?
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by:patrickblasko
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There is a program called winipcfg.exe that comes with windows 95 and 98.  I am not sure if this program comes with NT.  If it does this program will give you Adapter Address, IP Address, Subnet Mask, the Default Gateway and more.
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by:bevt
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Right click on Network Neighborhood, go to Properties, select the Protocols tab, select TCP/IP and click Properties. The IP aress tab will display your IP adress. But, there also several other ways using IPCONFIG/ALL, NETSTAT -n
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