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Machine name from ip address

Machine name from ip address

Machine name from ip address

(OP)
I can retrieve a list of ip addresses attached to our network however I wish to now get the machine name for an ip address. Basically I want to recreate the ping –a xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx command. Has anyone got any pointers or a way of doing it?

RE: Machine name from ip address

See FAQ222-607

Sunaj
'The gap between theory and practice is not as wide in theory as it is in practice'

RE: Machine name from ip address

Did you try the FAQ section on this forum - there is a comprehensive solution from jmarler at FAQ222-607

It's often worth checking FAQ's first

See also FAQ referred below


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If you want to get the best response to a question, please check out FAQ222-2244 first

'People who live in windowed environments shouldn't cast pointers.'

RE: Machine name from ip address

Sorry sunaj - clashing posts


________________________________________________________________
If you want to get the best response to a question, please check out FAQ222-2244 first

'People who live in windowed environments shouldn't cast pointers.'

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