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    FTP connection to get IP

    Ok, i havent been on in probably a year but with a recent computer class I got pumped up again about security issues. Here is my question though: when i am on AOL or AIM and i have someone direct connect with me, what is the command in DOS i go to to see the IP address of a computer that is connected to me. I cant remember, i used to know it. If the question isnt clear, just tell me.
    Thanks

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    Senior Member tampabay420's Avatar
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    netstat will show you all connected machines/addresses...
    use the "a" switch...
    yeah, I\'m gonna need that by friday...

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    I use

    netstat -an

    or you can use netstat -a

    Those two commands will show you the IP and port number connected to your Computer

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    Damn just a couple seconds to late tampabay
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    Thank you very much, i kept using nbtstat and not netstat. Thanks for being so quick!

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    nbtstat is for NetBios stuff.
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