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Re: Feature request: CIDR Notation

3 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

3 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

3 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

3 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

3 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

3 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

3 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

3 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

3 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

3 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

3 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

Re: Feature Request: CIDR Notation

3 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

This software has helped me so much through the years worth every penny! I hate to say this because you have made so many changes and this is almost perfect. What you added is great, however I still need to see the range. Was hoping for that / to be its own box so you could still enter 10.32.4.93 to ___.___.___.___ /27 and it will fill in the blanks as before but then the /27 is just in it

Re: VNC Remote access

3 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

@RonanD And it works very well. -WS

Re: Feature Request: CIDR Notation

3 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Thank you Andrew, believe me this is so awesome. 2 issues with setting it up this way. 1) There isn't a way to change the range once it is set. Which I do all the time. So now I have to use the minus and get rid of the range and then put is back which doesn't work for me because then I have the ranges out of order etc. 2) when I see a 10.32.3.64 - 10.32.3.127 I don't know what / that is. Ok bad e

Re: Feature Request: CIDR Notation

3 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Andrew, Been using your suggestion for CIDR for a while now. I am finding it not quite as user friendly as I was hoping and I have made a mistake or 2 using it. I would like to ask if you will add the CIDR notation to the main interface as in my screenshot (or similar). I was showing a few other networking guys my "CIDR added feature fake screen shot" and they loved it. I hope you

Re: Feature Request: CIDR Notation

3 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Andrew, Huge thanks as that does work well. It seems to insert the data to after the last IP range which I can work with and then manually move it to the place I want it. Wish List: What I was really hoping for was something like the screenshot I created. You enter 10.32.2.154 Tab Tab and enter 28 and it would change the field-range to 10.32.2.144 To 10.32.2.159 / 28 Thanks for all your t

Re: Feature Request - CIDR Notation

3 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

The problem with that is that the input method overwrites the ranges I have in use. Then closes all the other ranges I have open. Is there a way to make it only do that in the selected window range and for any range selected? Typically I have 5 or 6 ranges entered to be scanned. Again I think it would be a nice feature to just have a BOX at the end just before the green plus to enter a CIDR numbe

Feature request: CIDR Notation

3 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Andrew, Would you be able to add CIDR Notation to NetScan? Something like a box at the end of the address range so you can enter a single known address like 10.32.5.40 and in the box put /28 and it would change the range to 10.32.5.32 to 10.32.5.47. Also would be nice to just put in 10.32.9.0 and then /24 in the box and get the 10.32.9.0 through 10.32.9.255 automatically populated. Or maybe yo

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

3 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

@plotz I have found that depending on the anti-virus software used on the client you are trying to scan/ping it can block ping for a while or all traffic from your IP address. If you try to scan the same subnet too quickly the AV software may block the scan as a threat. Plus the more you are scanning a device the more AV software can think it is a threat I have this happen all the time. I need

Re: Format LastBootUpTime to local Time Zone

3 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Andrew Some samples: I have some very complex stuff I gather from NetScan. In "Options" under "Applications" I have things like: NAME: and List Services Started with Non-System Accounts Command Line: c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe /t:0E /k cscript "\\storage\nas$\Common\Scripts\Display Services Started with Non-System Accounts v1.1.vbs" %0 & pause &

Re: Format LastBootUpTime to local Time Zone

3 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Yes please! Not sure were you were thinking of adding it but if you would put it under "Remote VBScript..." that would be great. I have a lot of VBScript's that run from the "Open Computer..." (e.g. the applications tab) and that is how I get around VBScript not on the Remote xxxxx.... pull down. Support in both the Remote xxxxx.... and the Applications Tab would be Awe

Re: Format LastBootUpTime to local Time Zone

3 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

You can use a VBScript to do it. -WS

Re: Not seeing IPs outside of the router default range

3 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Yes if you add a route to the router to that network. -WS or You could change to a /16 on your computer if it is not assigned by DHCP. -WS

Re: Assertion in Core.Treedata line 351 error

3 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

No clue if this is the problem: I have seen a similar error when an application is launched from a flash drive and the flash drive is going bad, is bad, or has issues reading fast enough. If you are launching NetScan from a flash drive try copying it to the computers hard drive and re-launch if it works problem solved.

Re: Remote Shutdown Error: 53

3 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

QuoteAndrewLet me Google that for you. hahahaha

Re: netscan.xml Encryption

3 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Perfect, as usual!

Re: NetScan Error Message - External Exception C06D007F

3 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Patched version works correctly without disabling IPv6. This does make the software more compatible with older versions of Windows Server OS. Many thanks for the update.

Re: NetScan Error Message - External Exception C06D007F

3 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Error Report sent. Thanks -WS

Re: NetScan Error Message - External Exception C06D007F

3 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

After I start the scan. Do you know which DLL, I really need to do a scan from this server? -WS

NetScan Error Message - External Exception C06D007F

3 years ago, by WindowsStar in Network Scanner Forum

Good Morning, I am getting this error with version 6.0.3 or 6.0.4 on Windows Server 2003 R2 Enterprise x64. I tried the 64bit and the 32bit versions of NetScan with the same message. Dell PowerEdge T710 4GB Ram 6 Broadcom BCM5709C NICs Any ideas? Thanks -WS