Re: Find IP Of Computers On Network

Try TCPview, may be help

"Molten Ice" <Molten Ice@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote in message
Hi! This might be the silliest question posted but I've looked up
and tried everything i could think of.

I have 2 computers connected at my home (A PC running XPsp2 wired
and laptop Vista Home Premium via wireless connection). The connection is
working fine and I can see the desktop PC from my laptop network page.

My question is this: Is there a way I can find the IP address of the
without manually having to go there? I can do it for my laptop by going to
network and sharing center >> view status etc.

Is there a way preferably without using cmd to find the IP of a remote
computer connected via LAN?

Waiting for your reply.



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