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Data Collection Agents ~ Networks?


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#1 JazzyCheeto

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Posted 07 May 2016 - 07:36 AM

Howdy folks!

 

What's the best method of collecting network information from someone's environment besides doing the "ipconfig/all" method?

 

If I remote into someone's network on an individual PC I was wondering if there were any tricks to collect this data easily without having to do command actions and write everything down.

 

I am trying to find basic IP structure. IP scheme, Subnet, Gateway, DNS, Host Names of PC's on the network, (how many devices) ISP, and whatever else I can find.

 

This info will be used to basically gather network information in order to learn about a customer's network and equipment.

 

Of course we would have to let the client know we are doing this but for now, I am just wondering if there's an easy solution to this.

 

Thanks!

 

Jazz

 



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