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How to know Protocol/Gameserver/IP?
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How to know Protocol/Gameserver/IP?

Hello everyone,

I'm currently playing on RPG club 7x.
I would like to konw the protocol/gameserver and IP.
Can someone help me?

(I bought 3 accounts of L2divine, however can't use it because i can't login)

I used CMD to figure out the IP.
02-01-2014 17:40 PM
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RE: How to know Protocol/Gameserver/IP?

(02-01-2014 17:40 PM)erwin004 Wrote:  Hello everyone,

I'm currently playing on RPG club 7x.
I would like to konw the protocol/gameserver and IP.
Can someone help me?

(I bought 3 accounts of L2divine, however can't use it because i can't login)

I used CMD to figure out the IP.
- http://www.4shared.com/rar/cpZam07b/Editor_L2ini.htm
down this file and copy to l2 systems ( when pasted open l2ini and find sever ip addres = .... )


- use cmd > ipconfig
- Or use cmd > netstat add more :
-a Display All connections and listening ports.
-e Display Ethernet statistics. (may be combined with -s)
-n Display addresses and port numbers in Numerical form.
-r Display the Routing table.
-o Display the Owning process ID associated with each connection.

-b Display the exe involved in creating each connection or listening port.*
-v Verbose - use in conjunction with -b, to display the sequence of
components involved for all executables.

-p protocol
Show only connections for the protocol specified;
may be any of: TCP, UDP, TCPv6 or UDPv6.
If used with the -s option then the following protocols
may also be specified: IP, IPv6, ICMP,or ICMPv6.

-s Display per-protocol statistics. By default, statistics are
shown for IP, IPv6, ICMP, ICMPv6, TCP, TCPv6, UDP, and UDPv6;
(The v6 protocols are not available under 2k and NT4)
The -p option may be used to display just a subset of these.
example : netstat -p ( to know protocol )
rep if helpful ^^
(This post was last modified: 02-02-2014 16:38 PM by benbt91.)
02-02-2014 16:37 PM
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