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how to get system information using ip address in java

 
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Hi friends,

I want to know two things from you all.

1) How to get all machines IP addresses in LAN.

2) How to get system information using particular IP address in LAN.


please do this needful. Thanks in advance.
 
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How to get system information using particular IP address in LAN.


If that were possible I'd consider it a dangerous thing. What is the purpose of wanting to do this?
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:

How to get system information using particular IP address in LAN.


If that were possible I'd consider it a dangerous thing. What is the purpose of wanting to do this?



I want to know system information in LAN in my office(for network department.), like Ram size, OS, OS version etc..

if it is possible please do this possible.


 
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Please do not post the same question multiple times. Let's continue the discussion in this duplicate thread.
 
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