How to find IP address of nodes in my network?

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Hi. I am trying to run Arp Spoof, the problem is that I don't know the IP address of the system. How can I find the IP address of the system connected to the same router?
Feb 9 in Cyber Security & Ethical Hacking by Yogi
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The IP address of the nodes connected to the same network as you are has the same first 3 octets, only the last octet differs, So, first find the IP address of your system:

$ ​ifconfig

And then use nmap to get the IP address. Suppose the IP address of your system is 192.168.1.2, then the command will be:

$ ​nmap -sn 192.168.1.*
answered Feb 9 by Omkar
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