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In windows, I can use netview to see all the computers on the LAN network, but what's the corresponding command on linux?

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yes you can.

open your terminal and type as who -a . that will list all information .

else you can use nmap also . great network tool.

you can get it by sudo apt-get install nmap

if you assume you IP starts from then you can list all Computers connected with the LAN with this command


The above command will scan from to IP's and list you which is up and which is down .

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