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I'm in need of a simple scanner that can tell me what IP a network devise is using
I need to run it on a laptop to troubleshoot sites running wireless bridges and access points that have lost connection. Prefer something simple and free
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Spiceworks has a free app that will do what you want:

http://www.spiceworks.com/

Regards, Joe
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Hadn't heard of Angry IP Scanner. Looks like a love-hate product...74% 5-star and 26% 1-star...virtually nothing in between...unusual as user ratings go...very interesting. Regards, Joe
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I've used it for years, it's small and it works.  If you need to do an in-depth scan then you can use nmap (Windows version is Zenmap).
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thanks
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You're welcome.
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