network scanner with tcp/ip dns wins gateway settings detection on remote hosts

I am looking for a network scanner that will return tcp/ip, dns, wins, gateway etc. settings results from remote hosts on LAN.
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Andrei
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qbakiesCommented:
Spiceworks will give you that plus everything you could want.  I'm not sure how detailed you're looking to get or if this is just a one time scan.
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g000seCommented:
Hi,

Wireshark is a cool program.  It's free too.  Here is the link- http://www.wireshark.org/
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Andrei9Author Commented:
Hi gbakies,
thanks for the hint. Spiceworks is a very interesting and cool program, however; I was unable to get a detailed settings of remote hosts. I was able to get ip and mac address.. nothing for DNS or Wins.
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qbakiesCommented:
In the attached screenshot I'm getting DNS but not WINS, but I thought that may be because I don't have WINS configured on my workstations.


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Andrei9Author Commented:
You right, as I am new to this soft I missed this option. Now I have to figure out why it didn't pick up all machines and how to det all stations on 3 different VLANs that we have here. Any hints are welcome.
I am learning as I go.
thanks GBAKIES
I haven't try a Wireshark yet
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qbakiesCommented:
It will go out and search any subnet that you tell it to in the 'Network scan' section of the settings.  It has to have a good UN/PW that can connect to gather info but other than that it will work.  We use it to monitor four remote offices on different subnets (but same AD domain) and our field laptops.

Wireshark is a great packet sniffer but I don't think it can do network scanning or give you the info you are looking for.
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Andrei9Author Commented:
any other suggestions?
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