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How to find ip's of all computers in my lan from command prompt

how to see all my lan ip's in command prompt

i know that ifconfig

it show only my system ip number only
in my lan overall 20 systems are there how to see all 20 systems lan in cmd mode
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Re: ip to see

The following application does a ping of your IP range.

That way you will see which ip's are active and belonging to your lan.

Download IP-Address Range Pinger 1.0 - Find computers on your local network by pinging the whole IP-Range - Softpedia
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Re: ip to see

Is any way to know to in dos mode or command mode iknow that commands
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Re: How to see all my lan ip's in command prompt

There is no such built in command in Windows to find IPs of the computers in your LAN. You should use third party software:

NetResView - Free


SoftPerfect Network Scanner - Free
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Re: How to find ip's of all computers in my lan from command prompt

There is a way to see all the computers in your lan. You can explore command like "NET VIEW" this will show all the computers in your lan and then further ping it to get the ip address.

Another thing you external ip address and local ip address will be different which can be found here in the link mentioned. For you lan external ip address will be same.
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Re: How to find ip's of all computers in my lan from command prompt

Thanks for sharing this command.
It is a faster way to explore all network Pc's.

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Re: How to find ip's of all computers in my lan from command prompt

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There is a way to see all the computers in your lan. You can explore command like "NET VIEW" this will show all the computers in your lan and then further ping it to get the ip address.

Another thing you external ip address and local ip address will be different which can be found here in the link mentioned. For you lan external ip address will be same.
very nice n cool to use..... dear frnd..

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Re: How to find ip's of all computers in my lan from command prompt

ifconfig? or ipconfig?

ifconfig is unix/linux based and for that i would use fping which allows me to specify address ranges such as 'fping -g -a 192.168.0.1 192.168.0.254' which will show me all hosts that are alive.


I could also use Angry ip scanner for Windows to do the same with GUI.

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Re: How to find ip's of all computers in my lan from command prompt

type ipconfig and now take default gate way and now ping default gateway now use the command: arp -a
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Re: How to see all my lan ip's in command prompt

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There is no such built in command in Windows to find IPs of the computers in your LAN. You should use third party software:

NetResView - Free


SoftPerfect Network Scanner - Free

NetResView = Cool tool. Thanks. Price is great too

I sometimes get confused about the Freeware agreement. This one says I can't include it in a package I am selling. OK, Understood.

Can I use it to work on a clients computer, charging the client for the work I am doing, not the S/W?

I don't have a problem purchasing a commercial version of S/W that I use in repairs/upgrades of computers, but I do need to build a client base before I spend $$$ on commercial s/w.

Perhaps there is a better catagory/section for discussing computer repair/upgrades as a business. If so, let me know. I think it would be an interesting topic. I know of at least one other member that is trying to build a computer repair/upgrade business and probably would be interested in this topic, both for sharing his ideas/opinions/suggestions, as well as learning from others..

Thanks
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