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I am using a router for DHCP in the 192.168.1.nnn range but also have a number of statically assigned IP's. Is there a way, possibly through a command line program, so find out all IP's that are in use?
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what about using a ping sweep their are free ones at the following site
http://www.freedownloadmanager.org/downloads/ping_sweep_info/
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my router has a list in the setup that shows all DHCP leases that are out. It will not, however, show any static ip connected machines.
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these program scan a a range of ip's selected by you and returns their names
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