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what command will let me see all the devices and ip addresses on my network

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i forgot the command that will let me see all the devices and ip addresses on my network.     windows 10.

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Advanced IP Scanner from Famatech will do this nicely. Free. I use this myself. Download, install, run it, enter your IP subnet and let it scan.
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Angry IP is another one.

http://angryip.org/download/#windows

Here is the link for Advanced IP Scanner as well.

http://www.advanced-ip-scanner.com/
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But of course if a device has a nice tight firewall configured properly, you may not see it at all.
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I put my main firewall at the entrance to my networks and IP Scanner picks up everything
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by:Donald Stewart
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Nobody is suggesting Spiceworks????

http://www.spiceworks.com/
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by:Knightsman
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Netscan is a small footprint program that works great also.  Free
https://www.softperfect.com/products/networkscanner/
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by:Neil Russell
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You may do John, as do we, but not everyone is as well set up.
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Ipconfig /all is useful but it will not scan for all devices. The small tools at the beginning here are really good for this.
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thanks
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You are very welcome and I was happy to help
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ipconfig /all | find /i "DHCP Server"
ipconfig /all | find /i "DNS Servers"

Will make you look like a Rock Star.

Glad I could help.
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