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Retrive Connected Ip List

Posted on 2007-03-21
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Is there a tool..program..website.or anything that will allow me to type in a remote ip address and port number and retrive back ta list of the  ips that have connections to that port?
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Nope, 'fraid not.

Now, assuming you have appropriate permissions on a given box, you can type netstat in a command shell to get a list of active connections and open ports (works under Windows and Linux).
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Yeah you'd direct need access to the machine at least once. If it was your website and you had permissions on the server you could script netstat through something like PHP but without that access and permissions, there's no way of doing it.
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There isnt a port scanner than sends back information like that?
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Not in the general case, no.  NMap, for instance, will tell you what ports are open, and will even do its best to tell you what services are running based on "fingerprints" of the ports, but it has no way of telling what IP address is on the other side of the connection, or if there is even an active connection on that port.
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Ahh ok..what I needed was to view all connections to a shoutcast servers highband port and determin if the connections are proxie connections or if they are real ip address.I dont have access to the box the shoutcast is installed on. I know in the admin area it lists the connected ip address for the stream wasnt sure of a way to do it remotly, since its not my server or shoutcast.
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