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    Ip Address

    I want to scan a port that a game uses, and get all the ip's that are connceted through that port to my server.

    How can I do that and log those ip's to a txt file.

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    Re: Ip Address

    Open up a command prompt and type:
    Code:
    > netstat -n
    It lists all current connections and their ports.
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    Re: Ip Address

    if you wanted to do it through your vb app there is loads of examples on pscode.com search for 'netstat' then you could have your app save the IP's to a txt
    Chris

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    Re: Ip Address

    To use Netstat and log it to a text file of your choice Open a Command Prompt and use...
    Code:
    netstat -n > C:\log.txt
    Last edited by Winsocket; Apr 20th, 2006 at 01:39 PM.

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