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    Kaboodle

    Its a free network mapper. Not particularly innovative but does give you an almost instant map of whats up or down. It has some other toys built in and TBH is quite funky.

    http://www.kaboodle.org/

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    Re: Kaboodle

    sweet ive been looking for something like this, simple yet so useful and the magic 3 letters... GPL

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    Re: Kaboodle

    you know what completly forgotten about that software

    russ

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    Re: Kaboodle

    Funky is the word!

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    Good to a point.

    Didn't find network scanners, printers, managed switche's, wireless APs.

    Good try though.

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    Re: Kaboodle

    It's not supposed to.

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    Re: Kaboodle

    3com Network Supervisor is my preferred tool... and no, you don't need 3com switches! And yes, it is free!

    http://www.3com.com/products/en_US/r...c&sku=3C15100C

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    Re: Kaboodle

    Looks good to me for a little app that is.
    Its just looking through my network at the mo' i wonder how the firewalls and stuff will treat this as it must be some kind of sniffer right?
    .matt

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    Re: Kaboodle

    found my networked printers

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    Re: Kaboodle

    Well it found my D-Link APs and HP printers without any problems. I've also found three devices which have web interfaces containing a Java applet but I have no idea what or where they are!

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    Re: Kaboodle

    Quote Originally Posted by Ric_
    Well it found my D-Link APs and HP printers without any problems. I've also found three devices which have web interfaces containing a Java applet but I have no idea what or where they are!
    HP network printers probably, ive got a few 2200s and they run java web interface admin

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    Re: Kaboodle

    Nope - the printers all came up separately (4000s, 4050s, 4150s, Business Inkjet 1100s and 1200s) and these random things appear to have static IPs (they are in an excluded range).

    I'm wondering if it's something to do with the phone system.

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    Re: Kaboodle

    @Geoff: A grand idea! I've found out that they are Barix embedded devices - since I have none of these the Barix chipsets must be embedded in something - probably the Avaya kit.

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    Re: Kaboodle

    what ports are open?



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