MAC Address Scan

Developer: DandelionSoft

Current Version: 2.6.9

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 1.3 MB - Download

Description:

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MAC Address Scan is a convenient and practical access to the LAN MAC address computer software.
MAC Address Scan run on either a local area network within the Mac OS X machines, you can quickly scan the network equipment.
For LAN problems and offer the appropriate network diagnostic tool.
1.Multi-segment multi-port network switch, more convenient and more IP network port scanning machine
2.Provide the device name set
3.Port scan
4.Packet monitor
5.wake on lan
6.ping
7.wifi manager
8.ping scan
9 shortcut of vnc,web browser
10.Provide the MAC address vendor queries
11.Scan results sorted according to the IP name order to facilitate the statistical
12.Scan results can be saved in txt ,html and csv format

FAQ
1. Packet monitor doesn't work . interface not found!
Please follow this procedure
run Finder->Applications->Utilities->Terminal
input sudo chmod 666 /dev/bpf*
input password
OK

NOTE:If you are have any questions/suggestions/comments about this app,please email to [email protected]

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Release Notes:

fixed bug,crash on start

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Most Helpful Reviews

4/5
Version 2.6.9
Review by BSabio

Does what it says, provides the connected device and Mac address - A little generic, scan shows devices, then you have to hunt and figure out what they are in conjunction with AirPort Utility so you can name them. It does however provide the Mac IP address for the connection, I just thought since the information is available from AirPort that the scan would show the connected device(s) name(s); for instance my MacBook showed up as 'Apple Generic Temporary' with with the Mac IP address and a CAT45/Ethernet Plug for the icon … looking into AirPort Utility I could see the Mac IP address, match them up, go back to app and set the name to be my MacBook PRO then select the MacBook icon for it in the scan window. You really need to have ALL your devices and their respective Mac Address so you can figure out what device is connected to which Mac IP address, then name them and pick the appropriate icon. All-in-all …. NOT BAD and worth the price …. HOPE it will be MORE intuitive and informative in future updates!

Found helpful by 8 out of 9 people
1/5
Version 2.4.3
Review by app832674

Crashes on startup... - Process: MAC Address Scan [55935] Path: /Applications/MAC Address Scan.app/Contents/MacOS/MAC Address Scan Identifier: com.Dandelion.MACAddressScan Version: 2.4.3 (2) App Item ID: 483646053 App External ID: 5465962 Code Type: X86-64 (Native) Parent Process: launchd [98787] Date/Time: 2011-12-20 04:59:26.401 -0500 OS Version: Mac OS X Server 10.7.2 (11C74) Report Version: 9 Interval Since Last Report: 320978 sec Crashes Since Last Report: 5 Per-App Interval Since Last Report: 7 sec Per-App Crashes Since Last Report: 5 Anonymous UUID: 32784930-EE01-49E7-ABB0-045DD6F39F77 Crashed Thread: 0 Dispatch queue: com.apple.main-thread Exception Type: EXC_CRASH (SIGABRT) Exception Codes: 0x0000000000000000, 0x0000000000000000 Application Specific Information: objc[55935]: garbage collection is OFF __abort() called ……………...

Found helpful by 4 out of 6 people

More Reviews for Current Version

4/5
Version 2.6.9
Review by BSabio

Does what it says, provides the connected device and Mac address - A little generic, scan shows devices, then you have to hunt and figure out what they are in conjunction with AirPort Utility so you can name them. It does however provide the Mac IP address for the connection, I just thought since the information is available from AirPort that the scan would show the connected device(s) name(s); for instance my MacBook showed up as 'Apple Generic Temporary' with with the Mac IP address and a CAT45/Ethernet Plug for the icon … looking into AirPort Utility I could see the Mac IP address, match them up, go back to app and set the name to be my MacBook PRO then select the MacBook icon for it in the scan window. You really need to have ALL your devices and their respective Mac Address so you can figure out what device is connected to which Mac IP address, then name them and pick the appropriate icon. All-in-all …. NOT BAD and worth the price …. HOPE it will be MORE intuitive and informative in future updates!

Found helpful by 8 out of 9 people
2/5
Version 2.6.9
Review by seebyw

fairly average - I bought this app for the "ping scan" function, because it allows you to scan a range of IP addresses outside your local LAN to see which you are alive. I used to use the solar winds network apps on PC and miss their functionality. Unfortunately it doesn't do a reverse hostname, or try and figure out a host type which would be really helpful, and you can't export the scan to a file, or even enlarge the window. the other functions of the app are mediocre compared to something like "Inet" which is much better, more nicely laid out and easier to use for scanning a local network...

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people
1/5
Version 2.6.9
Review by cyberjew

GARBAGE! Complete GARBAGE! - Nothing more than a GUI that calls a few backend built in *NIX utilities and does so poorly. Buyer Beware!!!

Found helpful by 2 out of 4 people
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