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is any way to see the attached devices to my wireless spot?

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is any way to see the attached devices to my wireless spot? is a linksys AEA6500
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by:helpfinder
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check in routers management (log into router) and look for table of IPs DHCP assigned, you should see IPs and hostnames.
Another way is to scan your network e.g. with Repadmin Advanced IP Scanner:
http://www.advanced-ip-scanner.com/
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by:edo60
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is not dhcp network is fixed ip
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then run IP scanner and you will see all devices in your network currently running. Only you need is to set IP range you want to scan and run a scan
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by:edo60
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i only want to see those are attached to my wireless spot, are a few in variaty of fixed ip
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by:helpfinder
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so do I understand correctly your wireless clients does not have IPs assigned by DHCP but manually?
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by:edo60
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yes are manually
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that means you (or somebody) had to provide IP settings (IP address, mask, gateway, DNS) to these clients so you should know it. If you are providing this information to all your clients just use some logic like IP from 100 to 150 for LAN and 200 to 240 to wireless. Then when you do an IP Scan you can easily know who is a wifi and who is not

Or you can do an IP scan, save it. Then access your router and turn off wireless. Do another scan and IP/hostnames which have disappeard were wireless (then when you turn wifi on they should connect automatically)
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by:edo60
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oh man, im understand,
are assigned in complete disorder, but tsm that #%#$" must have a admin central for see who is conected o whos not
tsm
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