Assassian360 wrote:When I want connceted IPs on the windows command line I just use:
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That's only going to work if your computer has made contact with every computer on the local network. ARP requests don't go out until they're needed.
I still think going to your router's configuration is the best idea, but some routers only list DHCP clients.
jgreen45 wrote:Yeah, that would work also, but the reason I only went to 99 is that I doubt that the OP has more than 99 computers on his network, and so searching the whole 255 addresses would be pointless.
Yeah, but there could be computers on his network using higher addresses regardless. For example, just because 192.168.2.2 is open, that doesn't mean that a computer might take 192.168.2.150.