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[LINUX] Network Help

Discussion in 'Bits & Bytes' started by cmhbob, May 31, 2013.

  1. cmhbob

    cmhbob Did...did I do that? Staff Member

    Basically I need help with Zenmap, I think.

    Just switched from an Axesstel cellular modem/router to Hughesnet HT1000 and an old dLink WAP.

    I used to be able to access reach the Axesstel at 192.168.0.1, but that now points to the HT1000, and I can't figure out how to reach the Axesstel or the dLink.I wasn't home when the satellite was installed, so I don't know what IP addresses ended up where.

    I found Zenmap, but I can't tell from the output which IP address is doing what. Is there a simple way to do what I need to do in Zenmap, or is there an easier tool?
     
  2. David M

    David M Full Member

    I'm told that Angry IP Scanner is a good alternative to Zenmap, though I haven't used it myself.
     
  3. Biker

    Biker Administrator Staff Member

    If you're using Linux, nmap is what you want to scan your network with.

    nmap -sP 192.168.0.1-254

    ifconfig can also show if there's anything broadcasting.
     
  4. cmhbob

    cmhbob Did...did I do that? Staff Member

    Hmm.

    Code:
    Nmap done: 254 IP addresses (254 hosts up) scanned in 44.13 seconds
    I don't have that many computers. :)
     
  5. Biker

    Biker Administrator Staff Member

    There was nothing else shown before that?
     
  6. Biker

    Biker Administrator Staff Member

    Try it this way:

    nmap --iflist

    You should end up with something like this:


    root:# nmap --iflist

    Starting Nmap 6.25 ( http://nmap.org ) at 2013-06-01 20:30 Local time zone must be set--see zic manual page
    Warning: File ./nmap-services exists, but Nmap is using /usr/local/bin/../share/nmap/nmap-services for security and consistency reasons. set NMAPDIR=. to give priority to files in your local directory (may affect the other data files too).
    ************************INTERFACES************************
    DEV (SHORT) IP/MASK TYPE UP MTU MAC
    eth0 (eth0) (null)/0 ethernet up 1500 54:04:A6:47:00:86
    lo (lo) 127.0.0.1/8 loopback up 65536
    wlan0 (wlan0) 192.168.2.23/24 ethernet up 1500 74:2F:68:FD:5E:7E

    **************************ROUTES**************************
    DST/MASK DEV GATEWAY
    192.168.2.0/24 wlan0
    127.0.0.0/8 lo
    0.0.0.0/0 wlan0 192.168.2.1
     
  7. MemphisMark

    MemphisMark Old School Conservative

    Try going to 192.168.1.1, or 192.168.2.1. You might find your router at one of those addresses.
     

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