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PostPosted: Tue Jul 04, 2006 2:26 am
by Summy
Hey I really need the locations of these two ip addresses'

they need to be EXACT like a proper address,, they are both most likely in Melbourne Australia
everytime i do a ip search for the first one i Get some address in Sydney but thats the isp...

and the second one turns out to be in the united states which is SOO NOT TRUE !

pleasee help me!


and this ip too thanks :D

Igot the second ip using Command Prompt while sending a file over msn and i read somewere if it had ':80' after the ip it meant it was a webhost well i got ':1863' <-- does that mean its for msn?? and how bout ':1413' ????????

PostPosted: Tue Jul 04, 2006 10:53 am
by robocoder
Summy: the EXACT address is near impossible to obtain without the other party disclosing more information about him/herself. and are both dynamically assigned IP addresses from Primus' internet services. Yes, the ISP's office is in Sydney (according to the whois record), but these IPs resolve to the following host names: and, respectively. Reasonable guesses are Sydney and Melbourne. belongs to Microsoft, and presumably belongs to the MSN server that your Messenger client connected to (given the port number and what you've told us). What makes you think it isn't in the U.S.?

PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2006 12:17 am
by Summy
oh thanks,, how would i be able to get the adress using the ip,, does anybody know?

PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2006 6:38 am
by robocoder
The only sure method is to contact the ISP. However, the company's privacy policy and/or legislation/regulations that the company is subject to, will typically limit access to such information to law enforcement under warrant or lawful access permitting, in cases of emergency.

PostPosted: Thu Jul 06, 2006 12:12 am
by Summy
if i called up,, what information would they give me??

it wouldn't be alot cause i dont have a warrant ,,,,,

do u no what they would tell me?

PostPosted: Thu Jul 06, 2006 6:45 am
by robocoder
If you called up Primus, you likely wouldn't get any information because you probably wouldn't be able to past the customer service rep. He/she either wouldn't understand your request or would give you some canned response.

You need to reach level 2 technical support or NOC staff who can actually do something about this. If you are a victim of network abuse from those Primus IP addresses, contact [email protected] (and CC: your ISP). Detail the nature of the attack, the IP addresses, port numbers, the date & time of the attack, and any relevant log file entries.