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riddick09
Is it possible to show all of the IP Address to a single command in a Local Area Network (LAN) or a way to show it. The only command i know to show the IP is ipconfig command. Just to use for monitoring.
ipconfig

sinip
ipconfig /? should give you all available options...

riddick09
@sinip
I tried that command and what I have found is ipconfig/all.
Well , if theres command blocking out the computers in a LAN in a command ,I want to know it to prevent the spread of a virus.

sinip
I don't see what exactly you're trying to achieve, but if you want to do some blocking from within Windows I think you'll have to play with iptables settings. Never did that myself, though...

Forumtech
@ Sinip,
Being a bit confuse, What is and how does this ipconfig and iptable works?

sinip
@ Sinip,
Being a bit confuse, What is and how does this ipconfig and iptable works?
Sorry, my bad, it is IPsec, not IPtables. :)

Here you have some references:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/network/bb531150.aspx
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?familyid=a774012a-ac25-4a1d-8851-b7a09e3f1dc9&displaylang=en
http://www.symantec.com/connect/articles/using-ipsec-windows-2000-and-xp-part-1
http://www.symantec.com/connect/articles/using-ipsec-windows-2000-and-xp-part-2
http://www.symantec.com/connect/articles/using-ipsec-windows-2000-and-xp-part-3

ipconfig is just one of the commands available in Windows command prompt window. Open command prompt and type

ipconfig /?

to get all available options with short explanation.

riddick09
Thanks for the references.
I just want to control the LAN using a computer in that LAN.Then, I need to get all the ip add so that I can shut them down in a single command using that computer.Did you get that sir? Hope it works. I know there is shutdown command in windows.

sinip
Thanks for the references.
I just want to control the LAN using a computer in that LAN.Then, I need to get all the ip add so that I can shut them down in a single command using that computer.Did you get that sir? Hope it works. I know there is shutdown command in windows.
Ok, I believe you can shut down Windows computer over local network, if you have admin access to it, but never needed it so I wouldn't know for sure. As always, Google is your friend. :)

adamwhite432
You show you IP address with the help of ipconfig command that work in run.

zapper
I use ipconfig /all to list all the IP addresses on my laptop. I use Hamachi and EasyVPN. So, i will get 2 VPN IPs that are different from my static IP (that of my ethernet adapter). If you want to know how to shutdown your computers in your LAN from a single computer, you might need to learn some windows networking. Most of this can be learnt for free on the internet these days.

Forumtech
Sorry, my bad, it is IPsec, not IPtables. :)

Here you have some references:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/network/bb531150.aspx
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?familyid=a774012a-ac25-4a1d-8851-b7a09e3f1dc9&displaylang=en
http://www.symantec.com/connect/articles/using-ipsec-windows-2000-and-xp-part-1
http://www.symantec.com/connect/articles/using-ipsec-windows-2000-and-xp-part-2
http://www.symantec.com/connect/articles/using-ipsec-windows-2000-and-xp-part-3

ipconfig is just one of the commands available in Windows command prompt window. Open command prompt and type

ipconfig /?

to get all available options with short explanation.
Thanks anyway. I have been going through the links. If am right, IPsec is a kind net or ip monitoring for malwares, that's for security. And for ipconfig, it's a kind of checking ip's with command. But, i don't see how to use ipsec.

zapper
Yes, IPSec helps you secure your server from malicious attacks from foreign IPs that are not a part of the network. Thus you have a safe server. But, if you don`t have a server, you may just use simple software, unless you have very confidential data that ought to be protected from external attacks. It is best to use a VPN service provider as the security issue would be better handled by the service provider for the fees we pay.

jethamor
If the only poblem here is to show all the IP's so that the admin can shutdown a specific PC on the LAN, better used Remote softwares..there are a lots of remote softwares which is given for free!! One i know and widely used especially in schools is the NetOp School6, we usually used that software in our computer laboratory..
There are a lot of NetOp Remote Control Management in the market most of them is not free..what i did usually is, i dowloaded thier trial version of netOp and then i try to find a keygen or crack for that software to make it full version.

IPsec is also a good thing.