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address of the computer in my network via command promt or windows

Posted on 2006-07-14
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Windows XP SP2
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can i see all the ip address of the computer on my network with a command in the command promt?

with the net view command i can see the computer names in my network. can i see the ip address of the computer in my network via command promt or windows?
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by:Rick Hobbs
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ipconfig /all
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Oh, you want to see the ip address of all the computers on your network.  You can do a net view and then an nslookup on every computer name or get a port scanner fro www.download.com like advanced port scanner.  set it to scan your ip range on port 13 and resolve hostnames.  It is really easy.
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by:Steve Knight
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Try this from a command prompt:

for /F "delims=\ tokens=*" %A in ('net view ^|find "\\"') do ping -n 1  %A | find "Pinging" >> hostlist.txt

It will run down each entry in net view and ping it and pipe the result into hostlist.txt

If you want to put it in a batch file change the %A's to %%A

hth

Steve
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by:Devario Johnson
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if you are using a router you should be able to see them from the admin control.  More than likely you can log on using http://192.168.1.1 supply your user and pass and your good to go.....depends on which router you have thogh
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by:Rob Williams
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A tiny little tool for this is TCP NetView:
http://www3.ns.sympatico.ca/malagash/Downloads/TCPNetView/TCPNV.EXE
Or a much more detailed on:
http://www.lookatlan.com
Bothe are free.
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Glad to be of assistance.  Thanks!
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