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Having made a dialup network connection to an ISP, how can I lookup the server assigned IP address?
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The WINIPCFG command will give you all the IP information you need. Just run it from the command prompt or RUN from then start menu.
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or 'ipconfig' gives you the DOS version (need to be in a DOS window at the time)
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Great!

Thanks also to AdamWoodland for the DOS option.
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