OpUtils is a switch port and IP address management software that helps engineers diagnose, troubleshoot, and monitor IT resources efficiently. It scans IPv6 and IPv4 subnets to identify the utilized and available IP addresses.
OpUtils also scans the switches available in your network, maps devices to switch ports, and views details like the users, locations, etc. This will help identify device intrusions and acts as a barrier to their access.
It allows you to track your network’s bandwidth usage and create bandwidth utilization reports for many parameters. It also schedules CISCO config file backups for downloading or uploading and compares other versions of the running and startup configuration files.
Using LAN tools, you can automatically or manually boot up idle machines present in your network. You can generate a graphical representation of SNMP IP nodes with the help of SNMP tools by viewing the snapshot of MIBs (Management Information Base) and query SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) devices.
To get this snapshot, you need to search the subnet for getting particulars of CISCO devices, and after that, you can collect some details like IOS details, flash memory, device snapshot, etc. It also scans TCP ports and SNMP devices and restores details of IP address, system, and more related to the MIB OID (Object Identifier).
You can also have access to manage, inspect, and resolve your MAC addresses, IP addresses, and DNS names with monitoring tools like MAC addresses and a DNS resolver. It will alert you on network issues that require your attention immediately by monitoring the servers in your network.
Scan IP addresses and multiple devices on LAN or WLAN and monitor your network. If there are any disruptions in the network, you would receive alarms to take action quickly. In addition to network devices, you can easily monitor network traffic.
With this IP scanner, view the number of devices available in your network. This tool comes handy to scan open ports to mitigate the possibilities of an online attack.
PRTG includes Sunburst along with other dashboards that you can access on your PC, tablet, or smartphone to customize it according to your priorities and network requirements. It offers real-time reporting and sensors for customized monitoring. Additionally, it provides a REST API sensor to monitor JSON and XML files.
Setting up of remote probes is possible with PRTG to regulate your decentralized network.
Lizard System’s network scanner lets you analyze your personal, corporate network. It uses a multi-threaded scanning technique that enables us to scan thousands of network-connected devices per minute.
As you can see in the above screenshot, you get NetBIOS information, web server, FTP, and much more.
Results can be exported in HTML, TXT or XML format.
You can download a full-features trial for ten days to see if this works for you.
This list won’t be complete without including NMAP. NMAP is usually known as a network security finder tool, but this can also be used to find IP address usage in a network.
Ex: if you want to find out what all IP is connected/online in the 10.0.0.1 network. You can just execute the below Nmap command.
nmap -sP 10.0.0.*
Not exactly IP Scanner but known as a network vulnerability scanner.
When it comes to security, a basic solution will not cut it. Intruder’s network vulnerability scanner is a powerful tool that is trusted by over 1,500 companies across the world. It’s able to find 10,000+ vulnerabilities, but its biggest USP is that it also helps you to reduce your external attack surface.
What this means is that as well as running continuous and thorough checks of your network, and discovering vulnerabilities as soon as they are released, it prioritizes exposures on your internet-facing systems to help you to tackle the biggest threats first.
It’s impossible to list all the vulnerabilities that Intruder could find lurking in your systems, they include configuration issues, missing patches, application bugs, encryption weaknesses, and more, but thanks to its seamless integration with tools such as Jira, Zapier, Microsoft Teams, and Slack, you can ensure your developers get the info they need to resolve these issues quickly.
With AWS, GCP, and Azure cloud connectors, technical teams can automatically synchronize their cloud IPs and hostnames to stay on top of their infrastructure.
Intruder offers a 30-day free trial of its network vulnerability scanner.
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