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Quick Way to Find All Node Adresses on Network

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I am working on a novell network and need a program that will list all the Node Adresses of all the network cards connected to the network. Any Ideas?

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by:reden
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I'm using TCPNetView which works with  TCP/IP. I'm not use if this will work with IPX or NetBEUI alone but I guess it will because I have detected one of my NEtware Server

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You will run the software on a Win95 Client
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Some computers are dos only and I will need to do them manually.  Are there anyways I can find out the Node addresses of these machines?  Is there a dos version of winipcfg??
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If no username is log on more than 2 computers you can sit on the server and see whos logged and there you can see the mac address easily. IPX uses this format nnnnnnnnnn:mmmmmmmmm:pppp where nnnnnnnnn is the network number and mmmmmmmmmmm is the mac address
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BTW, why do you need to have the mac addresses?
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Some computers are dos only and I will need to do them manually.  Are there anyways I can find out the Node addresses of these machines?  Is there a dos version of winipcfg??
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