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View subnet scans

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Created by Nanette.Neal, last modified by Nanette.Neal on May 31, 2017

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Orion IPAM is capable of conducting both automatic and manual scans of monitored subnets, and the Subnet Scan Status view displays all subnet scans that are either currently in progress or scheduled for completion. Subnet scans are listed according to the Database Column property for each scanned subnet. For more information about subnet properties, see Editing Subnets. For each subnet scan listed, the Subnet Scan Status view displays the following:

  • Status provides the time when the next scan of the corresponding subnet will begin. If the scan is in progress, Status displays the time elapsed since the scan started.
  • The Scan Type is either Automated or
  • Last Discovery indicates the date and time when the corresponding subnet was last scanned.

The following procedure provides the steps required to manage subnet scans from the Subnet Scan Status view.

  1. Click IP Address Manager in the Menu bar.
  2. Click IPAM Settings.
  3. Click View subnet scan status in the Subnet Scans grouping.
  4. If you want to change the settings of any listed subnet scan, click Edit at the end of the corresponding row.

Clicking Edit at the end of a listed subnet scan row opens the Edit Subnet Properties window wherein you can enable or disable automatic scanning and set an appropriate scan interval for the selected subnet. For more information about editing subnet properties, see Editing Subnets.

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