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Can anyone recommend a good Network Analyzer?

I used to have one, but it was a trial and I felt rather weird having a user based solely for that program.

I know fluke products are good, but I am not looking for something expensive, I am looking more for a free one.

Yeah, I know the whole "You should know what computers are on your network", but sometimes that doesn't always work, especially with wireless capabilities.

Wired or Wireless, I need it to locate both.

Thanks.
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You could use nmap, or something of the sort, to enumerate a list of computers on the network. There are many ways. You could find out ip's your domain reserves, whois <yourdomain here> or soemthing along those lines, then proceed to ping them all. That would be pretty tedious though.

Get nmap then run ipconfig

Once you have your subnet, run
Code:
nmap -sP 192.168.1.*
and it will enumerate a list of computers running in your 192.168.1.1-255

Replace 192...... with your subnet.
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The Dude 3.0. Freeware, hosted on sourceforge. great network discovery and TONS of other features.

**WARNING** the network discovery on this has been known to go haywire. It's possible the network discovering will try to discover your ISPs hardware, which will get you insta pwned. Makes sure to block outgoing discover on your router.
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Give this a try SpiceWorks
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