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    Default View devices connected to your network.

    Is there any software that allows me to view everything connected to me network/network details in backtrack 5?

    First time I've used linux so sorry if it's a stupid question.

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    Default Re: View devices connected to your network.

    Backtrack > Information Gathering > Network Analysis > Identify Live Hosts > zenmap
    Type in your router IP (probably 192.168.1.1) and click scan

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    Default Re: View devices connected to your network.

    use Autoscan

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    Default Re: View devices connected to your network.

    Quote Originally Posted by sostentado View Post
    use Autoscan
    +1 Autoscan rocks.
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    Default Re: View devices connected to your network.

    netdiscover -i " interface"

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    Default Re: View devices connected to your network.

    Quote Originally Posted by lewis92 View Post
    Is there any software that allows me to view everything connected to me network/network details in backtrack 5?

    First time I've used linux so sorry if it's a stupid question.
    If you're new to Linux why would you pick a specialized distro like BT? It would make much more sense to use Ubuntu or something like that.

    There is no big red "H4x0r 1t n0wz!" button.

    In addition there are lots of threads with regard to how to setup your networking and get related info.
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    I'm a compulsive post editor, you might wanna wait until my post has been online for 5-10 mins before quoting it as it will likely change.

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