Is there a command or way to print out all IP addresses on my network with their assigned mac addresses

Trying to make sure I have created and assigned all new IP address and what they are assigned to on my internal Home Office.  IF I can print out the MAC Address for TV and ROKU devices and see the names of the machines on my network. I assume the IP addresses will be fairly easy to list so that I can create a simple log file of who is who and what is what so to speak. How would I do that and or what would I do?
Fletcher BurdineTableau Trainer & Consultant Sales Exec.Asked:
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yo_beeDirector of Information TechnologyCommented:
You can try using the ARP -a  command.

Open command prompt and try arp -a

See if that give you what you need
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Fletcher BurdineTableau Trainer & Consultant Sales Exec.Author Commented:
Wow that is cool. So I would assume since I did that from my laptop and it is on my network that I am seeing all the other machines devices etc on that network? Here is the list. I hope it is not dangerous to show this here. If it is I will try to delete after you see. If I cannot can you delete the imate.

I assume now I can go back and match the mac add with the device and write down This ?? TV = that Mac Add. and this Roku device = that Mac Add etc?
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Fletcher BurdineTableau Trainer & Consultant Sales Exec.Author Commented:
Thank you very much.
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yo_beeDirector of Information TechnologyCommented:
Yes and you can use
ping -a <ip-address>

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to get the NetBIOS name like Ruko or Samsung
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Craig BeckCommented:
Your router should be able to show this in its DHCP log.
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