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detecting the IP of a wireless access point 7 years 9 months ago #29314

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I visited a production environment , so I grabbed the linksys access point and plugged it to the lan port of a my laptop.

now how do i get the IP address of this devce if my client dont know the IP. and I cant reset the access point to avoid losing its settings
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i think Sose's problem has been soughted out..... 7 years 9 months ago #29317

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Sose's made it tru the task... i think he's aight.
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Re: detecting the IP of a wireless access point 7 years 9 months ago #29318

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sose, if you were able to connect via DHCP. then do ipconfig /all the IP of the access point is the gateway IP shown to you.
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Re: detecting the IP of a wireless access point 7 years 9 months ago #29320

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If the above fails, get either Kismet or NetStumbler. Both of these software are wireless sniffers. NetStumbler is pretty easy to install and run. I don't remember if NetStumbler will tell you the AP's IP but I know for sure that Kismet will if the security on the AP is low.
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Re: detecting the IP of a wireless access point 7 years 9 months ago #29333

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I was mad on site because I was unabe to detect the IP but my flexibility on DOS saved me

I type arp -a and immediately got the IP and the physical address of the linksys. It was when I got home that solo's method occured to me

regarding Killabae's option
I had a sniiffer on my laptop etherdetect but did not remember to use it

thanks chaps
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Re: detecting the IP of a wireless access point 6 years 5 months ago #34792

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Why you don't try with this site www.ip-details.com/ for the IP address details ad searching... i too checked my IP details and internet speed test @ free of costs..
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