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    Exclamation how do i get the IP address of a particular website ?

    hmm anyone in here knows how i could get the IP address of any website using just the DOS command apart from using the NETSTAT and the PING command?

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    Just do a DNS --> IP transfer using something like SamSpade.

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    u can do it on irc
    just do
    /dns www.antionline.com
    that will give it to u

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    There are also some free online utilities to ping, traceroute etc. One can be found at:

    http://www.fifi.org/services/ping
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    or just use plain old nslookup :-) "Nslookup www.antionline.com"
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    Whats wrong with Netstat -n?
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    Originally posted here by Dr Toker
    Whats wrong with Netstat -n?
    Netstat -n will only show connections that are active, recently closed, or listening ports. In most cases, this will not do the trick.

    Recca is right...'nslookup' is the command you want to use. Just pinging the URL also does the trick, so if it works, why not use it

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    OK...well i have never heard of nslookup....what the hell? I went to cmd and typed
    c:>nslookup
    im sure you can figure out what it told me.
    Bad Command or file name.
    Where do i find this tool?
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    We...based on that answer...I can assume you are using win9x or me. Unfortunately there is no nslookup. It is only for NT, 2000, XP. You might be able to find third party software that will do this on a win9x box, or you can just stick to ping for now, which will automatically do a lookup and return the IP.

    All else fails, maybe you can try *nix.

    Try this though first:
    http://www.simtel.net/pub/pd/39593.html

    or

    http://download.cnet.com/downloads/0...st-7-1.8236995

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