tcpip question

I have a QNX4 machine on the same network as a number of Windows machines.
I have been able to use SMBfsys and Samba with no problems so, I assume, the
QNX4 machine is setup properly. My question is this, is there anyway that I
can view a list of the other machines, ip addresses will do, that are on the
same network? Some thing along the lines of a Windows Network Neighborhood
type thing. Thanks for your help.

Ross

“Ross Brantner” <rbrantner01@charter.net> wrote in message
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I have a QNX4 machine on the same network as a number of Windows machines.
I have been able to use SMBfsys and Samba with no problems so, I assume,
the
QNX4 machine is setup properly. My question is this, is there anyway that
I
can view a list of the other machines, ip addresses will do, that are on
the
same network? Some thing along the lines of a Windows Network
Neighborhood
type thing. Thanks for your help.

The closest I can think of is arp -a, which will give you a list of machines
you’ve accessed.

ping X.X.X.255 (the 255 indicating broadcast) will return a ping from all
the accessible machine. I’m not sure if it would work with X.X.255.255
Can display messy data if you have lots of machine :wink:

Ross

smbclient -L

where mignt be the QNX machine if samba is running
and set up for that. Look in samba help or do a smbclient -h.

Richard

Mario Charest wrote:

“Ross Brantner” <> rbrantner01@charter.net> > wrote in message
news:a24cfl$n74$> 1@inn.qnx.com> …
I have a QNX4 machine on the same network as a number of Windows machines.
I have been able to use SMBfsys and Samba with no problems so, I assume,
the
QNX4 machine is setup properly. My question is this, is there anyway that
I
can view a list of the other machines, ip addresses will do, that are on
the
same network? Some thing along the lines of a Windows Network
Neighborhood
type thing. Thanks for your help.

The closest I can think of is arp -a, which will give you a list of machines
you’ve accessed.

ping X.X.X.255 (the 255 indicating broadcast) will return a ping from all
the accessible machine. I’m not sure if it would work with X.X.255.255
Can display messy data if you have lots of machine > :wink:


Ross

try nslookup

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I have a QNX4 machine on the same network as a number of Windows machines.
I have been able to use SMBfsys and Samba with no problems so, I assume,
the
QNX4 machine is setup properly. My question is this, is there anyway that
I
can view a list of the other machines, ip addresses will do, that are on
the
same network? Some thing along the lines of a Windows Network
Neighborhood
type thing. Thanks for your help.

Ross