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20-Jan-2010, 10:49 AM #1
Question how can i find the default gateway of the remote system.
Hi,

My office was running on LAN so there are many systems in LAN which has two internet gatways and i want to find the gateway of one of the system which was in LAN how can i find it? is there any possibility to find the gateway of the remote system.

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20-Jan-2010, 10:49 AM #2
please help me soon on this.
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20-Jan-2010, 02:42 PM #3
With that kind of description, I have no idea what you're really trying to do. Did you simply to to the system and do an IPCONFIG and see what it says?
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20-Jan-2010, 03:40 PM #4
If you can't go to the system to run IPpconfig, maybe one of these methods will work:

If remote management is allowed this will get the Default Gateway for each device in a remote system. You can use the PC Name or it's IP address
Code:
wmic /node:PCname_or_IP nicconfig get DefaultIPGateway /format:csv
Or connect via Remote Desktop or some flavor of VNC and run Ipconfig on the remote system.

Oe you can use PSExec from the PSTools suite to run ipconfig on a remote system, again, if they haven't been blocked by the firewall/policy settings
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20-Jan-2010, 06:30 PM #5
Additional details would be useful here.
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