This freeware network scanner displays active computers with logged user names (NetBIOS), MAC and IP addresses. Bopup Scanner also recognizes and shows HTTP (Web) servers running on remote computers (TCP ports 80, 8080), quickly detects online computers, allows to browse shared resources of a remote computer and save results to a text file.
Advanced users can enter IP range to scan, change a timeout to resolve a remote host and run the program from a command line interface.
Key features overview:
Browsing shared resources on remote computers
Bopup Scanner allows to open shared folders on remote computers in Windows Explorer. Right-click on a computer and then select "Browse..." from the pop-up menu.
Exploring HTTP servers
Bopup Scanner recognizes HTTP (Web) servers running on remote computers (TCP ports 80, 8080) and shows "Running" label in the "HTTP server" column.
Results can be saved to a text file. Just select "ActionsSave list..." and type a file name to save.
Changing IP range to scan
Administrators can enter IP range to scan and timeout to resolve a remote computer.
Command line support
The program can be executed with the command line paramaters in order to specify pre-defined options, such as IP range to scan (start and end IP addresses), a path of the file where to save results. So the scanner can be used in batch files as a tool for an automated monitoring.
To see the available command line options run the scanner.exe file with the /? or /h parameters or click More infomation... button in the About dialog.