Resolving network names and real IP's
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    Resolving network names and real IP's

    How do you find the IP of a computer or its network name from something like d-200-000-000.bootp.Virginia.EDU? I got this ID by direct connecting on AIM but since we are not in the same workgroup I don't know and cannot find the network name.

    [edit] Nevermind my buddies tracert and ping helped me out.

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    Use nslookup from your command line. You'll need to check Educause to find the proper nameservers, but here's a start:

    Name: d-200-000-000.bootp.virginia.edu
    Served by:
    - JUNO.ACC.virginia.edu
    128.143.22.119
    virginia.edu
    - NOM.virginia.edu
    128.143.3.7
    virginia.edu
    - UVAARPA.virginia.edu
    128.143.2.7
    virginia.edu

    l00p

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