0.0.0.0 IP ADRESS

Hi !

I cant understanding. why the my pc documets using 0.0.0.0 ip adress out for internet ? expecially inetsvc.exe and I got active ports program. I see that, the some of the xp (server 2003) documents using 0.0.0.0 ip adress... is there anyone for help this subject. ? and our server (they have dedicated server) no giving us any information about their company. anyone can be know
that why ?

and I checked my pc with netstat - r ! its seem so different information that my adsl information...

thanks
ARKIN
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igtayazilim
11/12/2005 10:14:47 PM
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Freakyuno
11/13/2005 9:06:27 PM
This is a subnetting issue. Basically, 0.0.0.0/0 is your default route. If something is listening on that address, it means its listneing on all IP addresses. Your routing table will generally have an entry for 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 pointing to your default gateway. If there isn't a narrower match in the routing table for the destination, it will go here.
--Brian Desmond
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bdesmond
11/13/2005 9:50:34 PM
Thank you very much. Can you explain more ? is it normal or not ? Also server 2003 ducoments using that Ip adress. for example pop3.exe smpt.exe isasrv.exe e.c.p 

Could pls how can I protect myself from this is IP conrtadiction ? I think this IP makes my web aplication wrong this problem exits for a long time and could not protect myself. I m waiting for your good advices to resque myself contradiction.

many thanks
mehmet
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igtayazilim
11/14/2005 12:18:58 PM

It is perfectly normal for you to see services listening on this address.

I don't follow the rest of your question. Could you try restating it?


--Brian Desmond
Windows Server MVP - Directory Services
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bdesmond
11/14/2005 2:47:15 PM
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