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Get SQL Server IP Address


Get SQL Server IP Address

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Hi all!

I suggest a little add on to this 'IP-script' as follows:

OR upper (ipLine) like '%IPv4 ADDRESS%'

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If you're running SQL Server 2005 or above you can use this (some shops disable xp_cmdshell):


Select
client_net_address,local_net_address
from sys.dm_exec_connections
where session_id=@@SPId;



Limitation: You only get IP addresses if you're connective via TCP/IP. If you're local and using Shared Memory then those attributes don't exist. If you turn off Shared Memory (or any protocols except for TCP/IP) via Server Configuration Manager you will always get IP address for any connection using this technique.



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Awesome!Thanks!

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Select
client_net_address,local_net_address
from sys.dm_exec_connections
where session_id=@@SPId;


- This works
Yours does not on our cluster evironment (NULL)
create table #temp (ipLine varchar(200))
insert #temp
exec master..xp_cmdshell 'ipconfig'

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Hi
How i can get all remote servers IP add and host name ? you have any updated script?

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Thanks for the script Sunshine.
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