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How do I find the IP address of a server?

Posted on 2009-05-17
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Hello,

I'm trying to connect an application running on a virtual machine with a physical server (not where the virtual machine is) and I need to find the IP address. I have access to the server meaning I can log on as a user? where do I go to find the IP address?

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Click Start > Run.

Type "cmd" in the window that pops up.

In the black command window type ipconfig, press enter. Look through here for the Local Area Connection and your IP address will be listed there.
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by:Krisdeep
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You can find the Ip address of the machine by going to Start -->Settings--> Network Connection -->Double Left click on the Connection and select Support
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by:tankergoblin
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you can go to run>cmd>ipconfig/all to view all the information
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by:numero_uno
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go to the website:
www.ipchicken.com
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