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Can I find out which other machines (their IPs) are on my network via Ubuntu command line? What I currently do is install Wireshark and monitor the traffic. Was just hoping there was a simpler way of doing this.

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I think might be a better place for this question. – gabe Mar 25 '10 at 19:25

Just use nmap, and point it at your IP block. See nmap-host discovery.

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