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DHCP Find ( is a simple client-side utility for Windows which collects the available DHCP leases on the network. DHCP Find displays the name of the DHCP server, the IP address and lease time of the connected DHCP servers. It is a great tool for network administrators, system administrators and service / consulting engineers. Key features: Quick to use – it has only one window with a few simple controls Suitable for wide nets – it can be used in client environments when the number of DHCP servers is small (up to 10) Detects authorized and unauthorized DHCP servers on a LAN Simple to use – the application only has one window with 3 simple controls Overview DHCP Find is a small utility that lets you find active, authorized and unauthorized DHCP servers on the network. It helps network administrators, system administrators, and consultants to find active, authorized and unauthorized DHCP servers on the network. It displays the following information for each server identified: The name of the DHCP server, The IP address of the DHCP server, The lease time of the DHCP server. If you want to identify unauthorized or unauthorized DHCP servers, you can do it by just pressing a button and “Detect unauthorized DHCP servers”. You can check all available DHCP servers on the network by pressing another button. DHCP Find can be used in different types of networks, such as local area network (LAN) and wide area network (WAN). DHCP Find works in client and server mode. In the client mode, DHCP Find works as a DHCP client. In the server mode, DHCP Find works as a DHCP server and is able to reply to DHCP requests. What’s new in this release: — Version 1.0.3: – Fixed a memory leak, which could cause the software to crash in certain cases. – Fixed a problem with the “Detect unauthorized DHCP servers” button. — Version 1.0.4: – Fixed a problem with the “Detect unauthorized DHCP servers” button. — Version 1.0.5: – Fixed a problem with the “Detect unauthorized DHCP servers” button.

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This utility discovers and displays all configured DHCP servers on your network. It can also display a pool of IP addresses that you can use for clients. In addition, it will discover and display the following information, IP address Subnet Mask Gateway Options Keyboard Shortcuts: Press and hold the “Searching” button to open the dialog. Press the Pause button to open a dialog to start and end the scan. Press the Refresh button to display the scan results. Press the Options button to display more information regarding the DHCP server. Network and/or Internet Protocol (IP) addressing provides an address, which helps to uniquely identify devices that connect to the network, including devices that share a single network interface, such as a DSL modem, or a router that connects a group of computers. IP addressing is configured with a network mask, which hides or reveals parts of the address, or allows the device to be addressed in different address formats. IP addressing provides a basic addressing scheme for packet-switching networks and is described in the published Internet standard RFC 791, in conjunction with the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), which is the standard that defines network addressing protocols for networks of all types. IP addresses are defined by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA). Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) is widely used on the Internet. Early IPv4, established around 1985, used 32-bit IP addresses, and was therefore compatible with the number of hosts on the ARPANET and other military and academic networks. In 1993, the Internet was split into networks operated by intergovernmental organizations such as ARPANET and non-profit organizations such as ICANN. In 1995, the network was further split into four networks: the domain name service (DNS), the Internet backbone, the research and education (R&E) Internet and the users’ networks (UNIX). The last of these is also called the Internet, and has become the Internet proper since the Web went mainstream in the 1990s. The IPv4 maximum number of hosts on each Internet network was at most 64 × 1024 (4,294,967,296). In 1997, a conference paper called “The IP Address Problem” suggested that the number of hosts was increasing. IPv4 was rapidly running out of addresses, and a solution was sought. In 2000, a working group in the IETF published a

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Scan a network for DHCP servers and return the network configuration details such as IP addresses, gateways and subnet masks Fast and easy to use with only three buttons (Start, Refresh, Cancel) Small size and free software SC-C or LAN Scan Scanning your local network for MAC addresses is one of the most common tasks you do in a network. Of course, you can type them manually, but as soon as you have more than a couple of LAN nodes, the process becomes pretty tedious. This is exactly the case with the SC-C or LAN Scanner. The application is basically a sniffer for MAC addresses or an Ethernet Frame Analyzer. It does not store any of the data it collects as it does not automatically save it to a file. Thus, the only thing you can get from this application is a complete list of the MAC addresses it has detected. In other words, the tool gives you the ‘what’ and not the ‘where’. Using the application can be quite easy. You just need to assign the application an Ethernet adapter to use and you are ready to go. After hitting the ‘Start’ button, the program will put the sniffer in capture mode. The next step would be to hit the ‘Scan’ button to find all the MAC addresses it detects in the network. What’s more, this application comes with different options. This includes the ability to connect to any network adapter and you can choose from the following interfaces: General or wireless Ping ARP/MAC Data Voice Wireless This option enables you to scan your wireless LAN environment. Note, however, that this option is only available on laptops or desktops that have wireless LAN adapters. It also has some useful tools that include the ability to ping the known gateway and see the ARP cache. You will also get the host IP, MAC address, SSID, signal and the ESSID. In addition, this application has a built-in function to search for all the network adapters on your system. It has a couple of useful features like scanning and removing hidden and unauthorized wireless networks. The last feature of this utility is its super speed. It does not slow down the system, even when the capture takes place and it is a very useful feature. So, without further ado, let’s take a look at the features of this nifty application. SC-C Description: The LAN Scanner

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Windows – OS – Windows 10 (64-bit), Windows 8 (64-bit), Windows 7 (64-bit), Windows Vista (64-bit) CPU – Intel Core 2 Duo 2.5 GHz (recommended) Memory – 2 GB (4 GB recommended) Graphics – DirectX 9 graphics card Hard Drive – 15 GB available space Sound Card – DirectX 9 sound card Internet – Broadband internet connection Additional Notes: This download is not eligible for Volume Licensing.