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maaaark

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Hello,

Can I list all ips on a Microsoft network and also get some kind of description of the device?

Tx in advance

Mark
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jaxisland

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What do you mean by a Microsoft network?

A private network?
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maaaark

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Yes, a peer to peer network or a private windows based TCP/IP network with a router
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So can I tell what IPS are on the network? ipconfig doesnt give all the info I need?
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You can go to each computer and obtain the IP from the Local Area Connection. If you have them connected to a router you can view all IP addresses and the name of the computers that they are assigned to in the DHCP tab.
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OK thanks, will try. However, can I see all ips from a central pool?
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If you are using DHCP instead of assigning the IP address Static you will be able to see all the IP addresses, even non-computer addresses. Like print servers, NAS,...

Edited by acklan, 09 January 2007 - 10:26 AM.

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How can I do that? Do I need to execute a command, have management console or what. I'm not running a network os
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What type of router are you using?
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Hi, here I have an Inventel. No problem getting into the [modem] router menu
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I am not familiar with that router. You should have a tab labeled DHCP. Inside that window should have DHCP client table and a Refresh button. Click on the DHCP client table to see all computers on your LAN controlled by your router.
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as a question....why are you wanting to do this exactly? might be some tools that could be suggested if we know the purpose
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Well I want to know centrally whether all pcs are connected to the network without going round them. I'm thinking of when I might be called upon to adlminister a network also
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