On a Unix machine you can type in the following command at the prompt:
nslookup <domain name>
Where <domain name> is replaced by what you are looking for.
In this case:
resulted in the IP address: 220.127.116.11
Hope this helps!
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University of Michigan
On Sat, 11 Apr 1998, Jeff Cochrane 205 wrote:
> Greetings Afrik-ITers!
> Anthony Brooks writes:
> > Your question is a fairly technical one and I'll explain
> > how this works. I'll try not to make it over your head.
> I'm most grateful. Thanks very much!
> My original question was this:
> > >Do all Internet services require the user to have an IP number? When
> > >I send an email, for example, does the receiving system need to know
> > >my IP number, or simply the IP number of my SMTP server?
> Anthony Brooks then responds:
> > Yes. ALL (as in every) computer (or communicating device) on the Internet
> > has to have an IP address. There are no exceptions.
> That's clear enough. Thanks.
> I have a friend in Malawi who has an address something like this:
> [log in to unmask]
> How do I find out what this friend's IP address is?
> Jeff @ Washington