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Discussion in 'Networking' started by rizzla, Sep 21, 2004.

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  1. rizzla

    rizzla Thread Starter

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    any body know how i might find out the ip and subnet of equipment on my network?
    thanks in advance
     
  2. 5mi11er

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    Equipment being Microsoft PC's: at a dos prompt < ipconfig /all >. Or if they are really old (win95ish) < winipcfg >. Unix: < /usr/sbin/ifconfig > most Cisco equipment: < show ip int brief >

    -Scott
     
  3. rizzla

    rizzla Thread Starter

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    sorry my mistake i forgot to say the equipment... it is actuallt an ip cameraso i canot log into in any wayit was working at one point but we had a move around and some new equipment ie pcs/printers where added and now i think there may be a conflict or the camera has lost its ip as it has been off for a while.
    thanks for your reply
     
  4. 5mi11er

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    Uh, no, have you tried resetting it to factory defaults? Or reading the camera's documentation to see if it attempts to get an IP via DHCP? If it can, the DHCP server probably has a record of what IP address the camera has.

    If you don't have any documentation, google for the camera's make/model, etc.
     
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