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Gateway IP

By amar_shrivastav ·
hello friends

Can any one tell me how to find the GATEWAY IP of PC connected to my network.

I have three different gateway routers, and we will assign gateway depending on the bandwidth utilization.

I am able to find the computer name, workgroup, ip address, and username, MAC address of workstations from my PC using Angry IP Scanner, but not able to find which GATEWAY IP assigned to which PC and what are the DNS values.

Please provide some HELP. Please post your reply soon.....

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cmd

by Juggernath In reply to Gateway IP

Go to run and type CMD. the type ipconfig and that will get you that computers Gateway.

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ipconfig or the registry

by Toivo Talikka In reply to Gateway IP

You can extract the default gateway information using the ipconfig command in a logon script when the user logs in and write the information to a text file in the user's home directory or append the line to a shared log file somewhere in the server, even writing to the event log is possible from a batch file.

The command ipconfig /all gives you both the default gateway and DNS server.

You may also be able to develop a script which reads the registry entries of the workstations remotely. The problem in this method is that old interface information is stored in the registry, and your script will need to generate the correct registry key in the style of:
HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters\{a very long hexadecimal string of characters} before it can access the entries for DefaultGateway and NameServer.

There must be a number of commercial hardware and software audit applications which collect this information remotely from the registry of the workstation.

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Help needed

by robinsimon123 In reply to Gateway IP

Can u please tell me how multiple ISp Gateways connect on a windows 2000/2003 server machine for optimizing the bandwidth..and also connect in the private network also...

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