2 Replies Latest reply on Jun 1, 2009 8:32 AM by Peter.Cooper

    Scanning a Range of IPs?

      Is it possible to do scanning similar to nmap? For example, for the range of IP's I want to scan being:

      10.1.10-30.1-255

      Which would essentially scan all IPs between

      10.1.10.1 and 10.1.30.255

      Rather than just scanning a single subnet? Or even multiple subnets?

      Dave.

        • Re: Scanning a Range of IPs?

          Dave - not currently, but that might be a cool feature for the new IPAM product.  I will forward the feature request.

          Thanks,

          Greg

          • Re: Scanning a Range of IPs?
            Peter.Cooper

            Hello Dave,

            IPAM does have this functionality today. Here's what you'd do:

            1. Create a new 'subnet' (ensure the checkbox to Add IPs is unchecked).
            2. Add the IPs you want to scan via "IP Range > Add".
            3. Set the scanning frequency as desired, or set it to scan manually (and then you'd click have to click 'Scan').

            Also, an IP Address marked "Static - User Managed" will not be scanned nor updated by the scanning engine. However, you can modify those values yourself. So you have quite a bit of control.