We have a free tool that does that called the IP Address Tracker. Check it out here:
Also, we have a tool called IP Monitor, which might really help you.
Hope this helps.
Thank you for the quick reply. I have downloaded and I am currently trying our "IP Address Tracker" and I don't see how this application is telling me which port on the switch these IP addresses are.
It's an excellent tool for scanning a subnets though.
Maybe I am just missing something. I am still looking. If you have any suggestions I certainly welcome them.
You may want to take a look at Switch Port Mapper in Workspace Studio. It will only let you map one switch at a time, but you can sort by the IP Address column, and it will show you what IPs are associated with each switch port.
I believe I have determined what my issue is about seeing IP addresses. it's not having a router in the look up.
Now that being said, it still doesn't work but.. I am trying to figure that out.
Thanks for the message, Floyd. I'll check that one out as well!