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No engineer here, but I know some programming. I need to find out which device is which just using my computer. I tried using wireshark but since I only use windows 7 (don't ask but I can't use linux now) it seems it won't be possible because drivers matter. How can I filter my network's data to my computer or something similar so I know what device does what connections?

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  • On your subnet all devices will arp at some point in time. Or you could use something like Zenmap for windows?
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    May 30, 2016 at 20:22
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You can try to ping the broadcast address of your network and then check the arp table of your computer (arp -a) You can also try with nmap on Linux.

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You could open a dosbox and run "netstat -na" and check established connections.

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