rip the arp tables from the proxy/mailserver whatever... all the machines
probably contact one central point.... and if you have switches with
management.. you can ask them who is plugged into you...
On Wed, 15 Nov 2000, Paul Kelly wrote:
> Dave Airlie wrote:
> > don't suppose they all talk to any one box.. or router... rip the ARP
> > tables from the router... they usually are fairly complete..
>> That's not much use to us. Given that Windows boxes comprise the
> majority of networks these days, the following command looks promising:
>> nmblookup -B 10.255.255.255 '*'
>> A regular broadcast ICMP ping will probably get most of the non-Windows
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