Router ... view connected pc. --->500 points.


Is there a way to bypass the router firewall and view the connected to a router, pcs?

Since i know that this is almost impossible i'm awarding only 50 points,
until i am proven wrong ... 500 points to come.  :)

Thanks in advance.
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CodedKSenior Software EngineerAsked:
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you mean like what you would see if you do a "net view" from a command window?

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CodedKSenior Software EngineerAuthor Commented:
Hi Blacktigerx.

I mean .... like view all connected pc within a lan.
The same but i'd like to be able to see my laptop, from the desktop pc,
when i connect it to the router.

When i use net view it just shows info for my desktop pc.

Thanks :)
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