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Old 06-11-2013, 06:37 AM   #1
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Talking how can block the ip address using the lan connection


how can i know the ip address of the computer using a client in local area connection
 
Old 06-11-2013, 06:40 AM   #2
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I'm afraid I cannot understand that question. Please explain it!
 
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Originally Posted by james07 View Post
how can i know the ip address of the computer using a client in local area connection
Please be a lot more expansive with exactly what you're trying to determine. You either are sitting at the client computer and can type commands. Further, it matters what operating system you're running. If you are a client and it's Windows, from a command prompt you can type
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ipconfig /a
If it's Linux you can type
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sudo ifconfig -a
If you are a server providing sessions to clients, there likely is some sort of log which can tell you and maybe you can increase the level of logging if the default does not tell you. Further, it matters a bit if you're checking for intrusion versus just checking one client where you know when it's connecting.
 
  


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