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A good, free auditing tool...

Posted on 2004-08-26
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I was wondering if anybody new of a good [and free] tool that would allow me to scan my internal network to determine to determine all IP addresses in use, and possibly identify the item using that IP address?  I am running a full Windows network [Server 2003/2000, Windows XP].

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specman earned 125 total points
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Try Angry IP; quick, easy and best of all FREE

http://www.angryziber.com/ipscan/

Enjoy
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Just was I was looking for...thanks!
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You're welcome! I love that program.... enjoy..
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