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    Well, first.. that works if all the boxes accept pings

    Also, what IPs are you using in your LAN?
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    Just some possible ideas to get you started:
    Code:
    nmap -T Aggressive -sT 192.168.1.*
    TCP scan, assuming network 192.168.1.0/255.255.255.0.

    Code:
    nmap -T Aggressive -sP 192.168.1.*
    ICMP echo request scan.

    Code:
    nmap -T Aggressive -sU 192.168.1.*
    UDP scan.

    These scans may take awhile so be patient. Also, you will need to actually read the man pages for nmap if you intend to use it.

    Good luck.

    P.S. Pipe the output from each of these to a file you can review later. If it starts finding hosts on your network there may be a lot of output.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anomie
    Just some possible ideas to get you started:
    Code:
    nmap -T Aggressive -sT 192.168.1.*
    TCP scan, assuming network 192.168.1.0/255.255.255.0.

    Code:
    nmap -T Aggressive -sP 192.168.1.*
    ICMP echo request scan.

    Code:
    nmap -T Aggressive -sU 192.168.1.*
    UDP scan.

    These scans may take awhile so be patient. Also, you will need to actually read the man pages for nmap if you intend to use it.

    Good luck.

    P.S. Pipe the output from each of these to a file you can review later. If it starts finding hosts on your network there may be a lot of output.
    based on your idea i can only check for a particular user?
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    If you want to view AND manage your LAN machines, then get a network app like Samba or something. (Google Linux Netoworking and see what comes up, or go here and check under "applications" and "networking"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Varean
    If you want to view AND manage your LAN machines, then get a network app like Samba or something. (Google Linux Netoworking and see what comes up, or go here and check under "applications" and "networking"
    thanks for ur suggestion, but do u think these software can be install in a dummy machine?
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