Hi Ruaan - I assume that you didn't designate static IP's from the DHCP server? Otherwise you can see reservations from there...
My suggestion is a bit 'dirty', but I would go ahead and make the change in DHCP and let all the DHCP clients pick up the new addresses. Then run an IP scanner (such as Angry IP Scanner) on the network. This should pick up all devices and help ID those with the old IP settings... you can then target them individually for maintenance without having to go round all devices.
How To Check Static Ip
Check Static Ip Address Windows 10
- Static IP addresses normally matter more when external devices or websites need to remember your IP address. One example is VPN or other remote access solutions that trust (whitelists) certain IPs for security purposes. A static IP address is not required if you are hosting a server, although it can simplify the setup process.
- Set static IP address. You may want to set a static IP if your computer is a server or need to set static IPs in an environment without DHCP. You can do this using the New-NetIPAddress cmdlet. This is equivalent to opening the Properties of a network connection and manually configuring the adapter.
- Select the “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)” entry, and then click the “Properties” button. Select the “Use the following IP address” option. Type in the IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, and DNS server addresses you want to use. When you’re finished, click the “OK” button.
How To Get A Static Ip
Check out our top FAQs below. What is an IP address? Devices on the internet use IP addresses to locate and talk to each other, much the same way we use phone numbers or e-mail addresses to talk to or send electronic messages to specific people. Go to our home page and box that says, “Your IP Details.”. At the bottom of the box you’ll see the words “Show Me More About My IP.”. Click that box and you’ll go right to an informative page that will tell you. In fact, you’ll get all the details on your IP address, including whether it’s a dynamic or static.