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How to find IP addresses of all devices

By oscar.packeer ·
Is there a command which will enable me to determine the IP addresses of all the devices on my network.
I run DHCP & also static on some devices.

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Which OS are you running ?

by eujay In reply to How to find IP addresses ...

Which Operating System are you running ?

Dependending on which one there may be a command. Please let us knowteh OS and the version number.

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same question and i am running NT 4.0

by pmclean In reply to Which OS are you running ...

with win98se workstations.
There are active ip addresses that are not shown in dhcp. How do i see all ip addresses and who they are assigned to?

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all ip's

by Negilum In reply to same question and i am ru ...


I'm not sure if this will help, but in NT5 (win2000) you can use ipconfig.exe from the command prompt just use the /all to see everything connected to each NIC. Again I don't know what the command is in NT4 but I was told it's the same command.
good luck

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Ask the router

by JSNPHX In reply to How to find IP addresses ...

If you have a cisco router, use show arp to find all IP's and MACs

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IP address using CISCO router

by oscar.packeer In reply to Ask the router

Yes,I have a CISCO 2500 router. Could you please be more specific.

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Cisco ARP command

by JSNPHX In reply to IP address using CISCO ro ...

If you can telnet into the router (with or without exec) type SHOW ARP. This will list all attached devices on the local subnets which are powered up.

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Win 98 Workstation

by gitex98 In reply to Cisco ARP command

You can always run arp -a from the command line and that will give you the IP and MAC.

Also try netstat -nr for a comprehensive list

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