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How to find internal ip for a site hosted on linux server. I have external ip of it.

Posted 07-07-2009 at 05:37 AM by rohit.dhaval1

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Originally Posted by micxz View Post
"Internal IP" is another term for a non-routable IP address. Non-routable means that a router will never forward packets to a computer or other device that has a non-routable IP address.

"External IP" is another term for a routable IP address. When people talk about internal and external IPs, they are usually talking about a NAT router. NAT stands for Network Address Translation, and the form of it that most people are familiar with is the form that allows multiple computers to share a single Internet connection via one physical connection to the ISP. If you have a NAT router in your home, each computer connected to it has an internal IP, while the router itself is assigned an external IP. If you didn't have a router, the external IP would be assigned to whatever computer is connected to your ISP.

Hope this helps you understand. Or I'm answering the wrong Q'
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Hi All,
thanks for all your help

I shall again try to explain it to you.

There are several sites hosted by our organisation.
eg, www.xxxxx.com , www.xxxxxx.net , www.xxxx-tools.com and so on.
There are several servers on which these are hosted.
As I am new to this environment I dont know which site is hosted on which server.
When I tried nslookup www.xxxxx.com, I got routable IP 78.xxx.xxx.xxx (external IP). Now how can determine the on which server the site is hosted.
I know a bit of a concept which says, a site can be hosted on several servers too. If it is hosted on several diferent servers, I want their nonroutable (Internal IPs).

Is there any way I can find it.
Please
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