viewing Ip connections windows server 2003

I am running vbulletin on a server (in a data center) I have full access to the server (admin rights via remote desktop). Ping is disabled, and I cannot access the data center firewall. I have a member on my forum board saying that every couple of minuets the server rejects her, and she cannot login for about 30 mins, is there a way in win server 2003 to view the current IP connections to the server, to try to see what is going on, I personally think its the data center thinking it is a Ddos attack and temp banning her IP but is there anyhitng on the server that I can look into first?


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Hi hob63,

from memory, right click computer management on the server, and select shared folfers - under connections it should show an IP (i think)

sessions sorry not connections......too late at night
hob63Author Commented:
I really need the IP connections, I think the sessions will only show me or plesk (admin cp) running rather than inbound connections,


Try the netstat command from the command prompt.

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hob63Author Commented:
thanks it worked!
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