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how to detect the computers in a LAN use java?

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how to detect the computers in a LAN use java?
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by:sobhan_genie
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Hello,

       Do u mean that u want to find out the computers in a LAN using java language or do u find out the computers which are running java process in a LAN.

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Sobhan
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by:liluqun
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I mean how to find all the computers in a lan or a subnet,
In java language ,how to make it
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by:liluqun
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Or how to find all the computers and their shared resources
in a subnet!!
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ping all the ip's in a range
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by:superschlonz
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If you're just searching windows machines you can use
nbtstat -r
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