Multiple Address

Hi All,
  Does anyone know which tool can scan IP address from
200.200.200.0 to 200.200.200.255 and show a list to tell    me which machine have multiple address?

Thanks!!
Ben
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joe_massiminoConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Ok, I see, you have some machines with two NIC's and two addresses, and you want to know which machines they are.  

There is a product called Etherpeek, which you can get a working demo of. It is not freeware, and the demo version won't let you print,  or do some of the more sophistcated things it will do, but you may be able to set the filters to show you something like what you want.  Here is the info I have on it.
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Thank you for your interest in EtherPeek for Windows 95 and NT 4.0.
On October 1, we released the 2.0 version, which offers many new
features and enhancements, including:

* Simplified installation and setup procedure
* On-line Help
* ProtoSpecs? support for easy protocol flter creation.
* Protocol information screens
* Customizable Main Window
* Save packet data as text, RTF or in Sniffer-readable format.
* SORT statistics and Name Table entries.
* Real-time error statistics for Frame and CRC error types.
* Send  multiple, selected packets to test traffic on your network.
* Right mouse button support in most windows.
* File\compatibility for LANalyzer packet traces.

PLEASE READ ON for information about EtherPeek demonstration
software and a SPECIAL PURCHASE OFFER!

You may download the EtherPeek for Windows Demo from the following URL,
or go directly to ftp.aggroup.com and download it from the demos
directory.  The URL is:

ftp://ftp.aggroup.com/Public/demos/EPWDEMO.EXE
ftp://ftp2.aggroup.com/Public/demos/EPWDEMO.EXE
ftp://ftp3.aggroup.com/Public/demos/EPWDEMO.EXE

The first time you run the demo, it will ask you for a serial number.
This number, noted below, will provide a 30-day window to evaluate
the features of EtherPeek with live traffic from your network.

The serial number for the EtherPeek for Windows Demo is:  0TA00-0VZW7-A1QH0

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joe_massiminoCommented:
If you use DHCP server, you can configure it to detect duplicate IP address's.  Does this interest you?
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jpchenAuthor Commented:
Hi All,
   I don't want to detect duplicate IP address.
   I want to know which machine have multiple addresses and I can see it remotely.
Thanks!!
ben@bestinfo.net
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