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I have VPS with Windows Server 2003. I have one Dedicated IP which is already with IIS. Please help me, how can I detect assigned IP and add it to IIS. My VPS provider company says that assigned IP is already with VPS but I cannot see it with IIS.


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You can get your assigned IPs from your provider. If it's already bound to your network adapter, ipconfig /all should show you what you need.

Then, in the IIS, add that IP to the site bindings.

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Thanks for reply. I just checked and found that assigned IP is not shown by ipconfig /all – Aslam Khan Aug 4 '12 at 13:09
Then you'll need to get in touch with your provider to find out exactly what that IP is. – MDMarra Aug 4 '12 at 13:11
ok, I have written to them, please tell me how to add ip to site bindings? – Aslam Khan Aug 4 '12 at 13:15
It's pretty well documented on TechNet and MSDN and has already been answered on this site multiple times. Part of being a Sysadmin is reading the manual. We're not here to do your job for you. – MDMarra Aug 4 '12 at 13:50

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