Re: number of users accessing a wireless network
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Kamaraju S Kusumanchi wrote:
> My current network configuration is
> ISP --> wireless router ---> comp1
> ---> comp2
> ---> comp3
> The wireless router is wrt54g. The computers might be running Debian, M$
> etc., Is it possible to figure out the number of users and IP addresses of
> active connections served by the router?
put them all in the same subnet (ie 192.168.0.128-255) and then nmap -sS
- -PN 192.168.0.128/25 | grep [uU][Pp]
Go into the 54g's wireless setup and read it's dhcp leases.
This all assumes that they use dhcp.
If you install a wrt based distro on the router ou can get a little but
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