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How can i scan remote host's ip using java programming. i have main routers and under main routers i have several sub routers are connected. under sub routers we have several switch connected to sub router from where different clients are connected. so my problem is to find the status of remote machine from main router. so i am planning to design a software to check the status of remote host from the main router. but i don't have idea how to scan the remote ip. sir/mam could you please guide me in this concern? hope for answer. G S Kharel Gangtok

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  • Dutyacx May 11, 2010

    What kind of information do you want from the host ?
    http://nmap.org/ has a great tool for scanning ports externally, O.S. detection a.s.f. Maybe this is what you need ? Saves you a lot of programming !

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