how to view all ips in my network place

bobmaynard
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I have multiable ip addresses such as 192.168.1.xxx and 192.168.2.xxx and 192.168.3.xxx  is there any way to see all of the computers in my network place on any of the computers or at least on the domain controller. All the computers are on the same domain and same subnet c class. The problem is symantec endpoint protect migration tool uses the my network place list to push out the clients. You can put them in manually by ip but its time consuming.  
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You can find all the leased IP addresses by going into your DHCP server.  Once you log into your DHCP server go to START-->ADMIN TOOLS-->DHCP  this will open the DHCP applet.

In the Left pane expand your server name-->expand your SCOPE--> click on Address Leases and this will populate all IP's leased on your network.

That will give you all IP's active on your network.

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You can also do a ping sweep across your subnet and see what responds. There are plenty of free ping tools available.
@echo off
SET t=0
:start
SET /a t=t+1
ping -n 1 -l 1 192.168.1.%t% > nul
if %errorlevel%==0 echo Host %t% is UP! >> 192.168.1.%t%.txt
if %errorlevel%==1 echo Host %t% is DOWN! >> 192.168.1.%t%.txt
IF %t%==999 Exit
Goto start
;this is not my code, credit goes to original author.
;run this in you batch file

Commented:
Hi bobmaynard,

You can use the DNS or DHCP console to export the list of IPs in your network.
You would then need to find/replace(remove) everything but the IP entries.

Save the text file and browse to it in Endpoint, it also use computer names as an alternative but I recommend using IP addresses.

Let me know how it goes.

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