20 April 2014

How to Find All IP Addresses On Your Network

In a network, has become a frequent occurrence clashed fairness IP Address. We can Quickly Finding the IP Address that is used in networks with only a simple command in Command Prompt. So we can see just how many IP addresses that have been used to avoid IP address conflicts.

This command can be run on all versions of windows. But if you are using Windows 7, Administrator access is required to run it.

Here's How to Find All IP Addresses On Your Network:

1. Execute Command Prompt. or go to run and type 'cmd' and enter.
2. Type ipconfig. Pay attention to your ip. For example,
3. Then type the following command (copy + paste only):

FOR /L %i IN (1,1,254) DO ping -n 1 192.168.0.%i | FIND /i "Reply">> c:\ipaddresses.txt

How to Find All IP Addresses On Your Network


The option "-n 1" ping command sends only one packet to each computer.
Network ID numbers 192.168.0 is the network you want to track.
This command will ping all IP addresses on the network and will write down a list of ip addresses to reply IPADDRESSES.TXT in a text file in C: \