Discover Network Devices

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I'm new to this enterprise network. How can I determine all of the devices connected to my network. Unfortuantley I'm the only IT guy and just came aboard so I'm very unfamiliar with the network setup and am trying to find the address of a wireless access point so I can login to it and reconfigure it. Thanks!

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You can try one of the many free lan scaning programs, here are a link to two different ones.
www.softperfect.com and www.radmin.com

Last week, I used The Advanced Lan Scanner by FAMATECH to find the APs in a school. Any IP that it found that I could not readily ID, I marked for further investigation.
Best of luck
dmw

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  • Astronomer
    If you know the range of IPs and have linux, you can use nmap. This utility is free. rt
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