JSI Tip 9265. ATSN freeware is a command-line Active Directory query tool that converts IP address to subnet/site information..

When you type ATSN /?, you receive:

ATSN V01.00.00cpp Joe Richards ([email protected]) March 2004

Usage:
 ATSN \[switches\] ip \[ip ip ip ip\]


  Switches: (designated by - or /)

   -h host        Host to use. (Default is to autofind DC)
   -if file       File to read IPs from
   -of file       File to write sitename/subnet info to


  Ex1:
    atsn
      Display this help

  Ex2a:
    atsn 192.168.0.2
      Output sitename and subnet name info for 192.168.0.2
  Ex2b:
    atsn 192.168.0.2 /h 2k3dc01
      Ditto but use DC 2k3dc01 to do site/subnet resolution
  Ex2c:
    atsn 192.168.0.2 /of outfile.txt
      Ditto but output to outfile.txt

  Ex3:
    atsn 192.168.0.2 192.168.1.4 192.168.0.7
      Output site/subnet name for several ips.

  Ex4:
    atsn /if ipaddresses.txt
      Read ipaddresses.txt for IPs to resolve


 General Note:
    It should be obvious but the output format is...
    IPADDRESS ; SITE NAME ; SUBNET NAME

    Assuming a valid IP address, there should always be a site name
    but subnet name will only be filled if there is a specific subnet
    that the IP address maps to. So if you have a subnet that doesn't
    map to any specific subnet, it will still be considered part of
    some site.


 This software is Freeware. Use it as you wish at your own risk.
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