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Find more nodes

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Updated: April 10, 2017

If a node you need to track does not fall within the IP ranges or subnets you have already discovered, it does not appear in your maps nor in the list under Discovered Nodes. Use Find More Nodes to extend your discovery.

  1. Click Find More Nodes under Discovered Nodes.
  2. Read the message and click OK to acknowledge it.
  3. Add additional IP ranges or subnets to the Network Selection tabs of the discovery wizard.
  4. Click through the other wizard screens, making changes as needed.
  5. Click Discover.

For more information on node discovery, see Discover devices and topologies.

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