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Sonicwall - View all DHCP clients connected

Posted on 2013-11-06
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Hello All,

I currently have a sonicwall at a remote office.  I have access to the sonicwall intreface via https.  I would like to know, if there is a way to view all connected clients on the Sonicwall?  I wanted to see if the surveiliance camera I had installed was properly assigned an IP from my sonicwall.  

Any suggestions?
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Hi Coupee46,

What model & firmware of the SonicWALL are you using?

Typically, you can locate the current DHCP leases (assuming SonicWALL is your DHCP Server) under Network > DHCP Server then under Current Leases. You can also view the ARP Cache too (Network > ARP). Finally, you can view this under the Connections Monitor (System > Diagnostics, then under Diagnostic Tool: select Connections Monitor) depending on the answer to my question.

Let me know if you have any other questions!
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