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PostPosted: Tue Feb 23, 2010 2:08 am 
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HI users.

Is possible ti scan all netwarok card. My problem is that the computer is conected to a vpn. And i need to get the local ip address of the lan or the wireless and the ip of the vpn connection.

Is posible to do it ??


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 23, 2010 8:19 pm 
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If you select the machine in question and look at Hardware from the right hand menu, you should see all of the NICs listed, including the virtual ones, something like..

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Connection ID:    Local Area Connection 2
Description:    TAP-Win32 Adapter V9 - Packet Scheduler Miniport
Manufacturer:    TAP-Win32 Provider V9
Service Name:    tap0901
Type:    Ethernet 802.3
MAC Address:    00:FF:54:BA:BA:BA
Connectivity status:    Media disconnected
Link speed:    0 Mbps
IP Enabled:    True
IP address:    none
Subnet Mask:    none
IP address 2:    none
Subnet Mask 2:    none
IP address 3:    none
Subnet Mask 3:    none
Gateway:    none
Gateway 2:    none
Gateway 3:    none
Preferred DNS:    none
Alternate DNS:    none
Alternate DNS 2:    none
Primary WINS:    none
Secondary WINS:    none
LMHosts Lookup enabled:    True
Netbios over TCP/IP:    defaults
DHCP enabled:    True
DHCP Server:    Yes / 192.168.02.17
DHCP Lease obtained:    2010-01-08
DHCP Lease expires:    2011-01-08
Driver Provider:    TAP-Win32 Provider V9
Driver Version:    9.0.0.6
Driver Date:    2009-06-22
 
Connection ID:    Local Area Connection 3
Description:    TAP-Win32 Adapter V8 - Packet Scheduler Miniport
Manufacturer:    TAP-Win32 Provider
Service Name:    tap0801
Type:    Ethernet 802.3
MAC Address:    00:FF:47:BA:BA:BA
Connectivity status:    Connected
Link speed:    10 Mbps
IP Enabled:    True
IP address:    192.168.002.038
Subnet Mask:    255.255.255.252
IP address 2:    none
Subnet Mask 2:    none
IP address 3:    none
Subnet Mask 3:    none
Gateway:    none
Gateway 2:    none
Gateway 3:    none
Preferred DNS:    192.168.99.8
Alternate DNS:    none
Alternate DNS 2:    none
Primary WINS:    192.168.99.8
Secondary WINS:    none
LMHosts Lookup enabled:    True
Netbios over TCP/IP:    defaults
DHCP enabled:    True
DHCP Server:    Yes / 192.168.99.37
DHCP Lease obtained:    2010-02-18
DHCP Lease expires:    2011-02-18
Driver Provider:    TAP-Win32 Provider
Driver Version:    8.0.0.4
Driver Date:    2006-09-13
 
Connection ID:    Local Area Connection
Description:    Realtek RTL8168C(P)/8111C(P) PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet NIC - Packet Scheduler Miniport
Manufacturer:    Realtek Semiconductor Corp.
Service Name:    RTLE8023xp
Type:    Ethernet 802.3
MAC Address:    00:24:E8:BA:BA:BA
Connectivity status:    Connected
Link speed:    100 Mbps
IP Enabled:    True
IP address:    192.168.001.069
Subnet Mask:    255.255.255.0
IP address 2:    none
Subnet Mask 2:    none
IP address 3:    none
Subnet Mask 3:    none
Gateway:    192.168.1.254
Gateway 2:    none
Gateway 3:    none
Preferred DNS:    192.168.1.254
Alternate DNS:    none
Alternate DNS 2:    none
Primary WINS:    none
Secondary WINS:    none
LMHosts Lookup enabled:    True
Netbios over TCP/IP:    defaults
DHCP enabled:    True
DHCP Server:    Yes / 192.168.1.254
DHCP Lease obtained:    2010-02-22
DHCP Lease expires:    2010-02-23
Driver Provider:    Realtek Semiconductor Corp.
Driver Version:    5.736.728.2009
Driver Date:    2009-07-28
 

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 23, 2010 10:50 pm 
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A_Hull very very thz for your help in this silly question!!! sorry for this question i did not see in the OA before!! and thz to try to help me in other question in other threads too!!!
The forum need a bottom to mark the correct answer in a question!! This will be good to help another people!!


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PostPosted: Thu May 20, 2010 10:30 pm 
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Hi Eveybody,


I agree with you that The forum need a bottom to mark the correct answer in a question.............


Thanks,


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