2 Replies Latest reply on Mar 8, 2016 12:14 AM by superfly99

    How to get started?




      I think I have an IP conflict in my home network, consisting of the main ISP router, 2 switches, 2 wifi routers configured as APs and around 30 units attached. I tried downloading the free trial to help detecting IP conflicts, but there are so many new terms that I can't get started with anything!


      How do I get this program to simply scan my network for all existing IP-adresses used and try to see if there is any conflict? It seems whatever I try, I have to enter some "Windows credential" or something...


      Does this program only work with high-end business class routers?


      Thanks for any hints!