Currently Being ModeratedMay 2, 2013 9:16 AM (in response to mox88)
should be relatively easy. ARD has a built in shell that can access across different subnets and local networks no problem.
Launch ARD, under Scanner change it from Bonjour to Network range and enter your starting IP and the highest IP on your network and it should list all the computers currently across all your local networks. then you can just drag them or add them to the all computers list.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 2, 2013 10:29 AM (in response to Space Ranger)
Thanks Space Ranger, but ir only listed the ones on the same network im connceted to, so if i swiched the router signal then it would show the others on that signal. i have two wireless signals in one room. 24 macs. and 12 macs per signal.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 2, 2013 10:44 AM (in response to mox88)
So are you saying you have two separate IPs that host the networks? and are split or?
Because you should be able to enter the lowest Network address and the highest network address of your networks and they all should show up.
we have 200 Macs per subnet here and using Scanner > Network Range and using 169.xxx.xxx.xxx - 255.xxx.xxx.xxx as our range they all appear properly and can add them to the list.
you may have additional firewalls in place on those routers, but generally that method will allow it to scan and see all ports and addresses regardless of subnet, location, etc.