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Hi.. I need to scan the network for the all systems presently working in network and in the range from x.y.z.a to x.y.z.b , print the ip addresses to a ...
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    How to scan for the systems in range x.y.z.a to x.y.z.b


    Hi..

    I need to scan the network for the all systems presently working in network and in the range from x.y.z.a to x.y.z.b , print the ip addresses to a file....!

    How to do it.??

    Please do the needful..

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    try this,

    Code:
    fping -c 1 -g x.y.z.0/24 2>/dev/null;arp -n | grep ether > ip-list;
    your list of active ip's should be in ip-list file...

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