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Re: Suggestion: add checkbox "Ping network addresses (i.e. x.x.x.0)"

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Andrew, The above is not working well. Example: I have to add *.*.*.32 for a /28 network but then later when I scan a /24 network I am skipping the .32 address on that /24 network. I have to go remove the *.*.*.32 and if I forget then I am missing one address or in my case lots of addresses on /25 /26 /27 /28 networks with all the added exceptions. ... then on a /23 network it skips the *.

Re: Suggestion: extend the reading time of pop-up information

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

I will keep an eye on it. I may have figure out the HTML one. I noticed that if I hover an item that has ... after it but only one or two characters are missing it will NOT pop-up. If I move column over a bit I can see the last two characters or if I move it back a bit and cannot see say four letters then it does the pop-up. Maybe the HTML area is getting messed up because of the periods in the I

Re: Suggestion: extend the reading time of pop-up information

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Andrew, Good Morning, I noticed today that the hover over the TCP/IP ports does display the information. Thanks -WS Update: Exit and re-launching the application fixed the issue. (Unknown why it happened).

Re: Suggestion: add checkbox "Ping network addresses (i.e. x.x.x.0)"

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Andrew, Thanks, great idea, and I understand are saying no need for it especially if all networks are /24 or /16, however since I am using CIDR on (/23 /24 /25 /26 /27 /28) the network address is not always .0 sometimes it is x.x.x.64 or x.x.x.96 etc. depending on the network. I was hoping the check box would look at the CIDR information and ignore the network magically. Thanks for a quic

Suggestion: add checkbox "Ping network addresses (i.e. x.x.x.0)"

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Andrew, I use the CIDR scanning a lot and one of the things I noticed is; it will scan the entire range which is exactly what it is supposed to do. However I typically do not want to scan the Network Address. The reason this would be nice is that when I ping/scan the x.x.x.0 address and am looking up a lot of information the scan gets stuck on this one address and sometimes never finishes unle

Re: Suggestion: extend the reading time of pop-up information

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Andrew, I appreciate all the work you have done on this. The update didn't seem to fix it. Not that you need to spend a ton of time on this just wanted to note it because you fixed the pop-up to work so much better. I thank you very much. I will do more testing if needed if you feel the need to track it down more. I have another tweak I would put in a new thread. Thanks -WS

Re: Suggestion: extend the reading time of pop-up information

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

I cannot seem to get the column to show the rest of the information in the pop-up no matter what I do. Do you think the content is messing up the display? I see & and ; and such. I know when I do some programming sometimes I would have issues with programming symbols being displayed because the program had a hard time telling if it was part of the program. Just a thought. Thanks -WS

Re: Suggestion: extend the reading time of pop-up information

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Should be the complete IP address 10.32.32.109.

Re: Suggestion: extend the reading time of pop-up information

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Andrew, Fantastic!!! This is perfect! Works very well. Thank you so much. Note: I may have found one tiny bug. I have the "HTML Page Title" column and for some reason the pop-up wil not pop-up all the time and when it does it truncates the last part of the information. All the other columns work fine. Screenshot should show a complete IP address. Thanks -WS

Re: Displaying PC current user

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Andrew, Try Options > Remote WMI > Product Key, I don't have this option in my NetScan, is this because I use custom XML files? If yes what is the code to add it manually? Thanks -WS

Re: Suggestion: extend the reading time of pop-up information

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Thank you I will give it a try. -WS

Suggestion: extend the reading time of pop-up information

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Andrew, Good Morning. I have a suggestion for the pop-up information in the scan information line. Sometimes there is an error or more information when you hover the mouse over a section in that line. Normally the information is fairly short and you can read it or it if it is a bit longer the pop-up goes away and then you hover over it again and read the rest before it goes a way. Today how

Re: Netscan did not find the router

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

@brainstuff Please note that if you are scanning less than 15 minutes apart, your router may be looking at this as an attack and will stop responding to pings from your address or to any address for a while (5 to 15 minutes). I have seen this on many devices as security has been increased over the years. I have also experienced this with anti-virus software computers: one ping works, the next

Re: Remote application idea - Quick CMD

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Andrew, Just a minor note about a very minor problem: When in the applications windows (add/edit/remove), you cannot see the entire command if the command is very very long. I am using some very long commands as I find this part of the application very useful. I have 2 monitors and can expand the column out across both screens to see the entire command but the software truncates it. Again

Re: Hostname analyzing problem

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Yikes, that is a problem using public IP addresses on your private network is not a good thing. It can cause some very strange issues. You really should consider changing your network to a private IP address space.

Re: Remote Application Idea - Quick CMD

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

To add to this thread. Using CMD in some case with the /k and others /c with the & pause. For some reason the /k will not stay open under some conditions I don't know why. -WS

Re: "Unable to read remote version information" message when checking for a new version

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Same here no issues with the update. -WS

Re: Why doesn't the MAC address always show up?

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

If you are on a routed network, your router has to allow the MAC address. If not, you may not see any or only the routers MAC for all devices.

Re: Suggestion: Wildcards in all octets for scan ranges

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

@Norbert, Glad to see someone else needs this feature. I requested it a while back and Andrew was nice enough to add it. Works like a gem and I use it all the time. -WS

Re: Feature request: CIDR Notation

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Humm, why I think it is a bug is, I need to enter the single IP and then enter the CIDR number for the single IP so it will tell me the range. It does that when you start a from scratch is not supposed to do that if you re-use the range? Thanks.

Re: Feature request: CIDR Notation

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Andrew, I am trying to remember how I got the error message, so far no luck, but I have been busy moving subnets and I may just be doing everything the same way over and over. Here is one bug I found. If you re-use the IP range and clear the To (second box) all blank and then enter something in the IPv4From (first box) say 10.32.5.121 and then click the exchange button I get the error in th

Re: Feature request: CIDR Notation

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Andrew, Found an error. Was changing from 10.32.5.155 /27 to 10.32.4.44 /27 and the software changed it to 10.32.4.0 /22 when pressing the exchange button, I guess software calculated that because in the range was 10.32.5.128 to 10.32.5.159 and I changed to 10.32.4.44 and pressed the exchange button. Then when I changed the /22 to /27 it came up with the error but looks like it change updated

Re: Feature request: CIDR Notation

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Andrew, Amazing!! Almost perfect. Two what I hope are minor fixes. #1 For some reason when I click in the range to make a change it scrolls up to the top of the screen (Ugh). Sometimes clicking on the exchange Icon it jumps to the top. I don't think any of the last versions did this. (Screenshot#1) #2 This one may not have a work around, however I see how clever you are so there could be s

Re: Feature Request: CIDR Notation

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Thanks for re-explaining it again...I missed that. The button will be great! Thank you so much for thinking this through and working on it. Major thank you!

Re: Feature Request: CIDR Notation

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Thanks for thinking about this...I am hoping for a totally separate box for the CIDR information. A separate box gives you the ability to just change the number in the box. I am sure I think it is just a matter of a box but on the programming side is may be very difficult. {sorry for just presuming} In my example it was an IP 10.32.5.155 TAB>> past the second IP (ending IP) to the CIDR box.

Re: Feature Request: CIDR Notation

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Andrew, Any chance I could pay for an update? I would like to ask if you could change the CIDR to work like my first screenshot with the program auto updating if you change the IP. I enter 10.32.5.154 and the /27 and it changes the IP range to 10.32.5.128 - 10.32.5.159 /27 then if I find that the site is really a /26 I change the CIDR it changes the range to 10.32.5.128 - 10.32.5.191. Al

Re: No scan results for IP range 192.168.1.1 - 255 in the new version

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

I have most versions going back to the early 5 versions if needed. -WS

Re: Format LastBootUpTime to local Time Zone

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Thanks for looking into it that is above and beyond. -WS

Re: Format LastBootUpTime to local Time Zone

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

QuoteAndrew I was thinking, perhaps it makes sense to add VB script support to the Network Scanner (for such cases)? Andrew, Any chance you can add this? and PowerShell? Thanks -WS

Re: Feature Request: CIDR Notation

2 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Andrew, Thanks for the latest build...(oh no, missing something)...would you add the "Add from string..." back to the list. I was using that. Thanks -WS