By iwaxx Sarl
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LanScan Pro is a simple and efficient IPv4 network scanner that discovers all active devices on any subnet: the local one, or any public subnet that you configure.
-> Auto-detection of configured interfaces: Airport, Ethernet, Virtual interfaces ...
-> Scan the IP range you like, from 1 IP to the whole IPv4 address space!
-> Scan your local network with ARP packets
-> Scan public IP network ranges with Ping / SMB / mDNS packets
-> Display the IP address, MAC address, hostname and vendor associated
-> Discover the SMB domain if any configured
-> Hostname resolution: DNS, mDNS (Apple devices) and SMB (Windows devices)
-> Custom hostname edition
-> Custom comment for each device
-> Export results in CSV files
-> Hide/show each column
-> Align each column as you want
-> No limitation on the number of devices found !
Comparison with the free LanScan edition:
-> Hostname resolution without restrictions
What's New in Version 4.0
* New device informations: DNS, mDNS, SMB Name, SMB Domain
* New column to add custom comments for each device
* Right-click on the column header: you can now hide/show some columns
* Right-click on the column header: you can align each column (right/left/center)
* Fixed a bug when no interface were available
* Updated MAC addresses vendors
Great Little App to scan IP networks
This is a great app, and I use it all the time. I used the free version for a while before happily paying the modest charge for the “Pro” version.
You can select the active network interface, and you export a list of local devices, MAC addresses, Hostnames, Vendors and DNS Name, mDNS Name, SMB Name, SMB Domain. It would be nice if the exported .txt file included the names of the columns at the top.
Great and useful app at a good price.
I started with the free version, but the pro version was inexpensive and adds some useful features. Both are quick and convenient for seeing what devices are on your LAN.
Use to be A Great Utility Now with Apple Security Update - Almost Useless
This utility was an awsome addition to lan management. Since the latest and rushed out Apple secuity system update (10.11.16), the host mac seems to provide a spoofed ip address. You can work around this issue by plugging in your actual network start address and range. LanScanPro will then scan you network and show ip addresses but it no longer provides you with their corresponding MAC addresses (except for the host computer). Also, the unique names you have previously imputed into the program to identify devices on your LAN appears to have been lost.
Hopefully a fix is coming!