I would like to show all available samba shares in my local network (126.96.36.199/24 if I'm correct in specifying the network mask).
I've searched on this issue and tried things like
findsmb, which returned nothing, and
nmblookup -S '*', which returned
name_query failed to find name *
Seems like these commands worked in the past. I know that Samba shares exist on my network and I'm using some of them, but I would like to, for example, know the local IP address of my printer. So I'm wondering if there is a way to do this local network scan using standard Linux tools. If not, then I'd appreciate another tool suggestion.