Today Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> opened a dead sea
scroll and found these words written therein..
>__/ [ Sycho ] on Tuesday 21 March 2006 16:01 \__
>> Today "vision" <eng.aqlawey@xxxxxxxxx> opened a dead sea scroll and
>> found these words written therein..
>>>how can i get the ip address of some one who is in my contact list?????
>> When they are online, drop to a DOS prompt and type 'netstat -n' (no
>> quotes). What you'll be looking at is this:
>> C:\>netstat -n
>> Active Connections
>> Proto Local Address Foreign Address State
>> ^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^
>> The IP will also include a port number. Ex: 127.0.0.1:80 Established
>Are you counting on the other person having Windows 95? I can recall the
No, Windows period. I'm guessing netstat is still a functional command
>sweet days of ICQ when we used IP front-ends to convert ICQ handle to IP
>address and then 'Nuke' our friends, giving them the BSoD.
>Ahh... the memories.
Yup. Programs like UIN 2 IP for example. I haven't used ICQ in ages,
but I would venture to guess that programs like UIN 2 IP no longer
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