You can login to your accounts at any broker without download platform just with a Broker’s Server IP. Here are the 2 WAYS TO GET BROKER IP
In this guide we will show you how to extract IP/DNS address of your Broker’s MT4 Server from MT4 SRV file:

  1. Start your MetaTrader 4 terminal.
  2. Go to: Files -> Open Data Folder (or combination of left [ALT]+[F] keys and then [D] key).
  3. New window should open. Go to config folder where will see SRV files that stores Brokers’s MT4 Server information.
  4. Open SRV file with Notepad – on this step Windows will probably message you that it can’t open this type of file so you need to choose Select a program from a list of installed programs and there choose a Notepad program.
  5. Now you need to look for DNS/IP address entry inside that file.
The first thing we suggest you do is ensure that you have no other web browsing or any other internet network connections running. Once you’ve done that run your broker’s MT4/MT5 platform, but make sure you start ONLY that. This will ensure that later on when we search for the IP we will have more accurate results.

1. Ensure that you are connected successfully to your broker’s server

2. Click on the Start Menu and go to All Programs –> Accessories –> Command Prompt
You can also just type in “cmd” in the search box visible once you click on the start menu or you can go to run by pressing “Windows + R”, and in the run box type “cmd” and hit enter or press OK.

Windows Run

3. In the command prompt type the following command: “netstat -n” (make sure you leave a space after netstat and before “-n”)

4. Now you should get a listing of all the network connections currently open on your computer.The IP address of your MT4 platform should be listed underneath the “foreign address” heading. MetaTrader uses port 443 for communication so next to the IP you will see “:443″. The IP address with the “443″ port listed there is the IP address of your broker’s MetaTrader server.