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Post 3+ Months Ago

hi,
i would like someone to help me about some stuff thing which is related to the networking computers.
actually i am student of university so i normally accesses one of the LABS in the campus. therefore i normally see all the computers are connected to each other. however what is interesting to me is that i want to access other computers which are surrounding me by my computers. then the problem goes to the command TRACERT because i can't identify whenever i type and follow host name-for instance say that i want to know all computers that using or to get ip addresses, it will bring a lot of ip addresses which i'm sure if those ip addresses are locally to the campus or outside of the country.

what i want to summarize is that i want to know the ip addresses of the other computers on the university's lab by using command prompt for TRACERT or any other command.

thanks so much indeed.

kind regards.
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at a cmd prompt type: netstat -a -n

that will show all open connections and ports

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