Does anybody know the commands that would let me see all the IP addresses on my network
go to your comand prompt /dos prompt and type in ipconfig
Thanks Terrahawk tried that but all I see is my own PC, By the way my OS's are win2000 pro
Thakyou Terrahawk and ßéŁâ for all your help with this
You could open a command box/MS DOS prompt(depending on your O/S) and type" ipconfig /all " without the quotation marks at the C: prompt.If there are more lines than you can see in the window, at the C:\prompt type " mode con,lines=50 " and repeat the "ipconfig /all" command.
PS If you want to print the information use 'Shift' and 'Print Screen'.
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