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Airport Extreme - Show All Used IP Addresses


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Hello everyone,

I was curious if there is a way I can get the Airport Extreme to show me all used IP Addresses. I know most other routers have an IP table that shows all connected devices IP's however the Extreme doesn't.

Can anyone help?
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I know you can see connected clients by MAC address, but not IP address.

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Just an update, it is possible in the log section. You can access this in the Airport Utility > Manual Setup > Advanced > Logs and Statistics > DHCP Clients

It shows both Mac and IP addresses along with the client ID (or network name).

I hope that helps anyone else looking for the same thing
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Ah you must have an older version of Airport Utility. The newest is 5.5.1:

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In the new one it's called "Wireless Clients" and it only shows you the MAC address:

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I am using 5.5.1. I have a third tab called "DHCP Clients" and it lists IP address. I would give you a snapshot but I am currently on my Windows PC (still setting up the Mac).
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I am in the same boat as schweb - but I believe I do not see a dhcp client list on my time capsule because I am not using it as a dhcp server. My dhcp server is a netgear router. On the netgear router I can do a bunch of dhcp controls like permanently assign ip addresses to clients, and see the list of what is connected - the MAC address to IP address map, if you will. Just like schweb - if I look at the logs and summary all I see are MAC addresses.
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Can anyone confirm that this does not display due to DHCP being off?

I tried turning DHCP off in my Extreme but it did not work. The only place I see I can do this is in TCP/IP however this seems to only be for my Internet connection.
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