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Re: E-mail alerts

3 years ago, by hostofseraphim in WiFi Guard Forum

Google accepts connections on port 587. It could be useful to add a field for the port number (25 by default).

Feature request: msg service with time parameter

4 years ago, by hostofseraphim in Network Scanner Forum

Hi, The msg command (msg.exe) supports time parameter: a message box can be displayed for only a few seconds. It's useful to display messages for active users only, and ignore inactive users - they won't see any message if they are not active before the end of message's display. No need to check who is active, who is inactive: we choose all devices. Inactive users don't see anything when they'

Re: Scan results are different between 1.0.3 and 1.0.4

4 years ago, by hostofseraphim in WiFi Guard Forum

Here is the additional settings screenshot. Thanks.

Re: Scan results are different between 1.0.3 and 1.0.4

4 years ago, by hostofseraphim in WiFi Guard Forum

OK. But with SoftPerfect Network Scanner, I can see MAC addresses for devices on other range connected by VPN (see attachement). So, why not in WiFi Guard? Thanks.

Scan results are different between 1.0.3 and 1.0.4

4 years ago, by hostofseraphim in WiFi Guard Forum

Hi, With version 1.0.3, I can scan other networks connected on my network by VPN (I'm on 192.168.5.0/32 and I can ping/access devices on 192.168.111.0/32 and 192.168.113.0/32). I found devices on these 3 networks. After updating to 1.0.4, with the same address range, no devices found (but of course, devices found for my network : 192.168.5.0/32). Back on 1.0.3 : devices found. I think there's

Scanning multiple IP ranges

4 years ago, by hostofseraphim in WiFi Guard Forum

Hi, I have 3 network ranges to scan: 192.168.5.0/32 192.168.111.0/32 192.168.113.0/32 (192.168.111.0/32 and 192.168.113.0/32 are VPN distant sites) I can scan these networks only by scanning 192.168.5.1 - 192.168.113.254; it's a bit... long. I've tried to scan "192.168.5.1 - 192.168.5.254 ; 192.168.113.1 - 192.168.113.254", but this range is not allowed on WiFi Guard. Can WiF

Feature request: include device name in the e-mail alert

4 years ago, by hostofseraphim in WiFi Guard Forum

Hi, Thanks for this great software When we receive an e-mail alert, we have IP address, MAC address, date and time. I think device name would be also useful to have: sometimes, we can identify device immediately just with its name ("macbook-of-johndoe", "companyname-pc005", ...). If the unknown device disconnects before I'm back on my computer, I'll never know what