[ubuntu-uk] Fwd: Find a Router's IP address
andy.partington at gmail.com
Wed Oct 20 11:34:28 BST 2010
On 20 October 2010 11:08, Cornelius Mostert <corneliusmostert at gmail.com>wrote:
> > Hi
> > The scenario is as follow:
> > 1. You have permission to work as Admin on a Lan
> > 2. You do NOT have any documentation from the previous Admin
> > 3. You find a router / WiFi Router that is in use and therefore you can
> NOT reset it
> > 4.v This router is a "home" / consumer router like Netgear, Linksys, etc.
> So not an enterprise router
> > 5. You need to brows to the routers config web page to make some changes
> (you assume the default admin and password for the router) BUT you do NOT
> know > the IP address
> > 6. You know the router is NOT a DHCP server
> > Now the question is HOW do you find the IP address of the router ???
> _______ - ____ - ______________
> Thanx all for the response
> If it was the only router / WiFi then it would have been easy but there are
> multiple routers / WiFi access points AND a firewall router (this one is
> sorted) but the others I have to check and make sure there are no IP
> conflicts, change the PSK and so on and so on.
> I will look into Kismet, (know about wire shark), nmap, netstat...
> I also found:
> nagios - http://wiki.contribs.org/Nagios
> OCS - http://wiki.contribs.org/OCS_Inventory_Tools
> I know these come into the SME server project but do any of you know about
> ubuntu-uk at lists.ubuntu.com
I use Nagios at work on a CentOS install, the company I work for use SME (
God it's horrible ) but it's also based on CentOS so you can work your way
Feel free to fire questions at me, guys in #nagios on Freenode are very
helpful I've found as well.
Looked at OCS but not used it in anger yet I'm afraid.
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