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How do I display a list of IP addresses connected to my Windows 2008 server?

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We have 30 computers connected to our Windows 2008 server.  They all have static IP addresses.  How can I display a list to the currently connected IP addresses?
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by:Kent W
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netstat -n
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by:dacasey
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Open a command prompt and type NetStat

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open  DNS from admin tools and look on the forward lookup zones to find a list of host names with thier ip address.
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Your firewall/router may have that info or many centrally managed A-V programs can also show it.

This tool is handy:
http://www.angryip.org/w/Download
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Thanks.  Two other answers suggested netstat.  I had tried netstat but it didn't give me the computer name.  This was great.
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