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How To Manually Find A Game Ip, using command prompt
This is to show those who may not know how to use the command prompt to find out
what server their D2 game is on for Diablo Clone hunting.
Step 1: Start D2 and make a game (hell difficulty if you want anni charm
to drop from clone).
Step 2: Minimize your D2 and go to the start menu.
Step 3: Once in the start menu, find and click on Run. A pop up window
Step 4: In the Run pop up window type "cmd" or "command" and hit enter.
Now you have the command prompt window on your screen.
Step 5: In the command prompt window type "netstat -n" without the quotes
and hit enter.
Steps 6 & 7: View picture below
Step 8: If Step 7 wasn't the ip you are searching for, then simply leave
your game and create a new game.
Step 9: Repeat this process until you find a game with the ip you want.
Happy Diablo Clone hunting!
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