Network Radar 1.2.1
Scan your network and visualize extended information about each connected device
Right off the bat, you must define at least one scanning rule in order to detect the workstations connected to your network: you can choose the interface (ethernet, Wi-Fi, or FireWire), and the IP range you want to analyze.
Network Radar will display a list with all devices in its main window and , once you select an entry, you can view the workstation’s current status, the response time, its function, the MAC address, the identifier, the supported services, and so on.
Make use of various network tools without dealing with complex workflows
The application offers you the possibility to connect to any detected host and enables you to quickly run various maintenance jobs: activate the contextual menu to view the available connection options and network tools. Among other things, you can scan the ports, send ping commands, perform Whois searches, to choose the connection protocol, and so on.
You have the option to add the device to the Monitoring List which means that you can get notifications when the workstation’s status changes (note that the monitoring function must be manually enabled). Last but not least, the network map can be quickly exported to TXT, CSV, or PDF documents.
Efficient network monitoring utility that can gather detailed info and helps you perform maintenance tasks
Network Radar can be used to create a detailed list with all the devices connected to your network, and allows you to quickly connect to any of them by using popular protocols. In addition, the app can also monitor the status of certain hosts and displays alerts when their status changes.
Reviewed by Iulia Ivan on October 6th, 2014
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- FIX: Fixes a bug that caused Network Radar to crash during a scan.
Application descriptionNetwork Radar is a streamlined and no-frills network discovering and managing OS X application.Network Radar...