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IP Network Browser command line operation

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It is possible to launch the IP Network Browser directly from the command line. You must add the path to IP Network Browser in the PATH system variable or specify the full path when running the program from the command line.

Syntax

IP-Network-Browser HostIP [subnet/mask | startip-endip]

Hostip

IP address of a single machine

subnet/mask

Subnet address and mask separated by a "/"

startip-endip

An IP address range separated by a "-"

Examples

  • Scan or discover a single device:

    IP-Network-Browser 10.23.1.1

  • Scan or discover an entire subnet:

    IP-Network-Browser 10.23.1.1/255.255.255.0

  • Scan or discover a range of IP addresses:

    IP-Network-Browser 10.23.1.1-10.23.50.255

 
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