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How do we find the IP of a server address (like http://google.com is 209.85.148.103) using the Windows CMD?

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up vote 7 down vote accepted
ping google.com

or

nslookup google.com
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You can also use:

tracert google.com

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Ping google.com. More correctly, use NSlookup google.com

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Enter the following in your command-line prompt:

pathping google.com
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Good idea =) ​​​​​ – Pacerier Nov 2 '13 at 15:13

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