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DHCP Server. leased IP addresses.

Posted on 2002-03-13
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How can I see, or where can I go to display the leased IP addresses that the DHCP server has given to the client PCs.
Thank you,

LuisP
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Use DHCP Manager in Programs--Administrative Tools.  Or DHCPCMD command line tool
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Thank you for your comment, it helped me. But I had to do a little exploring to get the active leases displayed.
What is the DHCPCMD command line tool?, and How do I use it?
Thank you geoffryn
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Go to start/run and type cmd and at the command line, type ipconfig.
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Go to start/run and type cmd and at the command line, type ipconfig.
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Thank you.
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