Descriptions for Network Radar 2.3
Name: Network Radar
Release Date: August 29, 2017
Languages: English, German
Developer: Witt Software UG (haftungsbeschrankt)
MAS Rating: 4+
Mac Platform: Intel
OS Version: OS X 10.11 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor
Includes: Pre-K’ed (TNT)
Web Site: https://www.witt-software.com/networkradar/
Mac App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/app/network-radar/id507659816?mt=12
Scan and monitor your network. With Network Radar.
Network Radar is a powerful network scanning and managing tool that everyone can use. Featuring an easy-to-use and streamlined design, the all-new Network Radar 2 has been engineered from the ground up as a modern Mac application.
• Scan your network and retrieve detailed information about network devices
• Run useful network tools and commands with the click of a button
• Monitor devices and get notified about changes in your network
• Use the simple rules / actions system for automatic processing of devices
• Establish a connection to a device by simply double-clicking it in the list
• Customise your devices by assigning your own names, icons, type and vendor names
• Organise your hosts in folders and smart folders
• Create scans with custom IP ranges
• Export a scan to XML, CSV, TXT, PDF or NETRADR and import back to Network Radar
TOOLS AND COMMANDS:
All you have to do to use Network Radar is to click the Scan button. No configuration is required. But Network Radar is more than a simple IP scanner. It comes with useful network tools, such as Ping, Portscan, Traceroute and Whois. Furthermore you can send commands to your devices with the click of a button. Use Wake On LAN with every Wake On LAN capable device and shutdown, restart or send other Macs to sleep, even if they are not within your local network.
EVERYTHING YOU’D LIKE TO KNOW:
Once Network Radar has scanned your network, it lists all found devices. Select one to see more details, such as IP, IPv6 and MAC address, vendor name, DNS names, mDNS name, NetBIOS name, NetBIOS domain, open ports, OS version, response time, the Mac model identifier and much more depending on how much information your device and network reveals.
Let Network Radar monitor a scan and get live updates on changes in your network. All changes are logged so you always know what happened when. You may also want to receive notifications when a device enters or leaves your network. With the possibility to configure custom rules and actions Network Radar can send yourself a mail as soon as a certain server goes offline or play a sound when a FTP Server appears in your network. The possible configurations are endless.
Organise your hosts in folders. You want all your iPads in one folder? Just create a smart folders and let Network Radar do the work. By binding scans to networks, Network Radar always knows if a devices is reachable or not, making it easy to refresh or monitor a bunch of devices even from different networks.
SUPPORTED NETWORK INTERFACES:
• Built-in WiFi
• Built-in Ethernet
• Apple’s USB to Ethernet Adapter
• Apple’s Thunderbolt to Ethernet Adapter
• Apple’s Thunderbolt Display Ethernet
What’s New Network Radar 2.3:
If you like Network Radar, please consider to rate it on the App Store to support further development. 🙂
NEW: An editable comments field in the host list and the host properties inspector has been added.
NEW: Changing the vendor name of a MAC address now affects all hosts with the same OUI.
NEW: Hosts that have been found with the last scan are now displayed with a bold font in the host list.
NEW: Improved Port Scanner, which might be slower (depending on the Host), but more accurate.
NEW: Smart Folders now update their list of hosts, if you refresh them directly.
NEW: The Vendor and Mac database has been updated.
NEW: The impact on energy has been improved when running in the background.
FIX: In some situations the app got unresponsive.
FIX: Sometimes the app crashed on startup with a certain settings configuration.
FIX: Sometimes the Log showed the same message multiple times.
FIX: Sometimes the app crashed when looking for a NetBIOS name the first time.
FIX: The mDNS name was added twice when is contained a numeric value.
FIX: The monitoring countdown was not always accurate.
FIX: The services column is now resizable.