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    Program to monitor IPs I'm connected to?


    Is there a program where I can view all the IPs I am connecting to? Such as, if I'm in a game or a chatroom (not IRC) I can view the IPs of the people in the same game or chatroom as I am?

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    Not if you are just in a chat room, but if you were in a direct connection you could use netstat to find the IP address.
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    What if I'm chatting with someone on MSN but not directly connected to send files to each other or anything?

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    I might not understand this totally...if I'm chatting with someone on MSN, but not directly connected, can I still see his IP? And if I'm in a chatroom, don't I recieve packets from the messages that I read from other people? Or do the packets go to the chat server and I get the IP from the server and not the person?

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