Finding a Remote IP
Alex K. Angelopoulos
aka "at" mvps.org
Tue Aug 24 15:55:01 2004
On RealVNC 4, you should see the IP if you hover the mouse over the VNC
Assuming this is an NT-family operating system or Win98/Me, open a command
prompt window (Start | Run; type in "command" on Win98/Me, "cmd" on
NT/2000/XP/2003; hit "OK"). When it pops up, type in
and hit enter. You will see ALL IP addresses for the system.
On Windows 95/98/Me, you can alternately just go to Start | Run and type in
"winipcfg" and hit OK to get a graphical listing of IP addresses.
Ronald Saa wrote:
> Hi All,
> I have 2 computers that can VNC each other after they go online via
> Of course I have to email the Server's IP to the Client.
> But I also know how to connect them by Dial-up networking without using
> which means no one has to be at the Server side.
> Heres my question:
> After the connection is made via Dial-Up Networking,
> how do I find the Server's newly assigned IP address.
> I can understand why this may be impossible before connecting,
> but after a Dial-up Connection is made,
> I think someone out there must know of a way.
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