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    How to tell which IP address's are being used.

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    Hi,

    Is it possible to view which IP address's have been leased by a DHCP server, and also which address's are being used as static/private?

    Or even a list of all address's in use on a network.

    Thanks,

    Paul

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    wouldn't your router have a log of IP connected?

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    What is acting as the DHCP server? A router, or a Server (Linux/Windows)?

    The answer to this question helps us answer your question!

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    Simon: The DHCP server is Windows server 2003 Domain Controller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoney
    Simon: The DHCP server is Windows server 2003 Domain Controller.
    Go into Administrative Tools and then DHCP. Open up the + signs until you can see the list that says 'Address leases'.

    If you simply want to view the statistice that are in use on your network then right click where it says your domain name and select 'Display Statistics'.

    HTH.

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    Hey thanks, Simon.

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    You can also use this little gem and its a freebie http://www.angryziber.com/ipscan/ just pop it on a usb pen drive or whatever and run it from any workstation/server you like!

    Steve

    p.s Just copy and paste the url into the browser and hit enter will automatically change the x's to t's just incase live linking from here isn't cool ;)

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    Now thats a great little program...i'm impressed with the ease of use!

    Nice one Steve!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve.L
    Just copy and paste the url into the browser and hit enter will automatically change the x's to t's just incase live linking from here isn't cool ;)
    Linking's cool.

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    When I try to download it, McAfee detects it as a virus and removes it. Have tryed the exe and the zip, both the same result

    Derek

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    Defo not a virus m8y, switch mcaffee off and download it, I run Mcaffee 8 and it doesn't check it as a virus!

    Steve

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    Nice find

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    AngryIP is one of the best free IP scanners out there. I use it practically every day for one thing or another (usually ping sweeps of remote subnets where its easier to use than a batch file)

    I love all the xtra little bits & pieces too - like being able to resolve hostnames.

    Fantastic little utility

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nelix
    When I try to download it, McAfee detects it as a virus and removes it. Have tryed the exe and the zip, both the same result

    Derek
    McAfee is good at producing false alarms, and that's just one reason why I don't like it