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  • Ulrich
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    Here is a very simple sample application.
    Click image for larger version

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    It will send a Ping to all IP addresses in the local network, and list those addresses which sent a reply. The program will then attempt to get a name for that IP, which may not work for devices such as routers, etc.
    If you need further info for those computers which did respond to the ping, you can make additional connection attempts to specific ports.

    This sample requires the Socket plugin.

    Ulrich

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  • Stephen G.
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    Thanks guys, I think the socket plugin might be more suitable for this project.
    Could you expand on this solution a little. I haven't experimented much with the socket plugin.

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  • Ulrich
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    I think that depends on your definition of computer.

    Ulrich

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  • reteset
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    Originally posted by Ulrich View Post
    You could also use the Socket plugin and run a ping against all 255 IP addresses. If you get an answer, this would mean that there is a computer using that address.

    Ulrich
    Ulrich , That's not a reliable solution

    when you ping an IP range , you will get reponse from everthing which can not be accepted as 'computer'

    network printers
    card swipe devices
    wireless hand terminals (usually windows CE 6.0) or custom firmware
    etc..
    etc..

    there are endless possibilities in a company network

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  • Ulrich
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    You could also use the Socket plugin and run a ping against all 255 IP addresses. If you get an answer, this would mean that there is a computer using that address.

    Ulrich

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  • reteset
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    There are 3 ways to do that

    1: WMI with LuaCom plugin

    2: NET VIEW with command prompt (redirect result to a txt file or use commandline plugin ,or use Lua's native os functions)

    type NET HELP VIEW to command prompt window to see more info

    3: (Advanced/Hardest) NetServerEnum and WNetEnumResource and its open/close functions

    take a look at this page for more info

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  • Stephen G.
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    detect network ip addresses

    Is there a way AMS can detect all ip addresses within a network of approx. 80 computers? If so, how much information can I get from each computer on that network?

    Thanks
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