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connecting to ip address

By amin.osama ·
i have a snap server and i want to configure this snap server but i dont know the ip address of it
is there any way to configure this snap server
and i want to know its ip
how can i know the ip of any device
sorry for boor english
osama amin

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General Instructions

by bruce In reply to connecting to ip address

Download an ip scanner program such as ipscan2.exe and run on your local machine.

Assuming you are running a private network such as 192.168.X.X with subnet mask 255.255.255.0, then ut will ping all nodes on your local network. You should be able to piece together who is who (for instance X.1 is probably your default gateway/router).

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thanx

by amin.osama In reply to General Instructions

thank you but i dont know the rang of ip
may 192.168.x.x
may 10.0.0.x
may ......
i have ip scan but i want general solution
thanx alot again

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Here's How...

by bruce In reply to thanx

You gotta know your own subnet.

Ipconfig /all at command prompt. That will tell you what your address is, and defines your subnet plus your default gateway (98, 2000, and XP). Class C subnets have 255 nodes, plenty for small to medium networks. Subnet mask for class c is 255.255.255.0

Then use ipscan on your subnet.

Bruce

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sorry again

by amin.osama In reply to thanx

sorry i know my rang but i dont know the device range
ok
my ip is : 192.168.168.1
255.255.255.0
device ip is:??????????????
??????????????
i want to know its ip
what can i do
i dont know what subnet mask of the device
my

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sorry

by amin.osama In reply to sorry again

sorry i know my rang but i dont know the device range
ok
my ip is : 192.168.168.1
255.255.255.0
device ip is:??????????????
??????????????
i want to know its ip
what can i do
i dont know what subnet mask of the device

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Easy Solution

by lemayian In reply to connecting to ip address
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