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LAN Scan - Network Device Scan

LAN Scan - Network Device Scan


*** COMPLETE WIFI SCANNER ***
See what other devices are connected to the public WiFi networks you're connecting too. This all-in-one information application is an extremely fast and thorough security solution for every user.
LANScan is an application developed for Network Administrators and IT Managers but presented in a format targeted for non-professionals. This application allows you to view information about all the devices on a local network, such as their IP and MAC address and open ports.
When scanning the local network for all attached devices, LANScan will probe the network using:
•TCP Connect Scanning: attempting to establish a TCP connection with each IP address on the local network.
•ARP Scanning: The ARP table is scanned for any devices attached to the network that doesn’t respond to a TCP connect.
•NetBIOS Scanning: Finding all devices on the network that respond to a NetBIOS query.
•Bonjour Scanning: Scan the network for all services on the local network that are broadcasting bonjour services.
•Reverse DNS: All devices are also queried for hostname information using multicast queries.
•Port Scanning: When detailed information is requested, a very fast port scan is also displayed.
•Wake On LAN: Wake devices on the LAN which are configured for remote wake up.

All information gathered is presented to the user in a easy to understand user interface including dictionary look-ups for known MAC addresses, common port addresses and many bonjour services. All designed to give the user an understanding of all the devices connected to a local network.

Recent changes:
1.0.6
-Fixes and Usability Improvements
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About LAN Scan - Network Device Scan
*** COMPLETE WIFI SCANNER ***
See what other devices are connected to the public WiFi networks you're connecting too. This all-in-one information application is an extremely fast and thorough security solution for every user.
LANScan is an application developed for Network Administrators and IT Managers but presented in a format targeted for non-professionals. This application allows you to view information about all the devices on a local network, such as their IP and MAC address and open ports.
When scanning the local network for all attached devices, LANScan will probe the network using:
•TCP Connect Scanning: attempting to establish a TCP connection with each IP address on the local network.
•ARP Scanning: The ARP table is scanned for any devices attached to the network that doesn’t respond to a TCP connect.
•NetBIOS Scanning: Finding all devices on the network that respond to a NetBIOS query.
•Bonjour Scanning: Scan the network for all services on the local network that are broadcasting bonjour services.
•Reverse DNS: All devices are also queried for hostname information using multicast queries.
•Port Scanning: When detailed information is requested, a very fast port scan is also displayed.
•Wake On LAN: Wake devices on the LAN which are configured for remote wake up.

All information gathered is presented to the user in a easy to understand user interface including dictionary look-ups for known MAC addresses, common port addresses and many bonjour services. All designed to give the user an understanding of all the devices connected to a local network.

Recent changes:
1.0.6
-Fixes and Usability Improvements

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A Google User
Oct 21, 2014
Very ok
A Google User
Oct 19, 2014
lan scan
A Google User
Oct 7, 2014
Good app Great app
A Google User
Sep 24, 2014
This is one of the best apps to scan your WiFi Internet
A Google User
Jul 27, 2014
Thanks