View office network connections

Posted on 2012-09-19
Last Modified: 2013-05-18
Is there a way to view a map of our network in Windows 7 PRO?
I have used Control Panel - Network & Internet - Network Sharing Center - View Network Computers and Devices -
this opens a window showing
 6 of our computers on the network
2 "Media Devices"
1 "Network Infrastructure" - our router/ connected to the Comcast cable modem.
1  printer (even though we have two connected to our network and assigned static IP addresses).  Curious as to why both aren't displaying.

What I'm specifically looking for is our wireless access point so I can see its IP address.  (Note, I can discover its IP address by connecting to it and then double-clicking on it in the Network Sharing Center window.)
Question by:TimLaL
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    Install and run spiceworks
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    If you just need an quick scan or overview, try look @ lan.

    Author Closing Comment

    Sorry for taking so long to get back.
    I actually did a work around but these two also helped out tremendously!
    Thanks for the help.

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