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Does anybody know of a tool that I can use to scan my network that would pickup and tell me the IP addresses of some Draytek Access Points I have on my network
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There are lot of tools. but you can use basic and best for quick scan.

go to below website
http://angryip.org/download/#windows

for more advance tools are hping and nmap.
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