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  Views: 6230Topic:: «advanced IPscanner v1.3» on forum: Free Network Utilities by Famatech
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Maybe I misunderstand the purpose of this program, but I thought I might be able to scan my LAN (192.168.0.x) and see all my devices on the network. I have 2 computers (1 Win98SE, 1 WinXP Home), 2 routers, 3 ReplayTVs, and one cable modem. I wouldn't expect to see the cable modem, as its address isn't in the range I specified (192.168.0.0 - 192.168.0.255), but I would've expected to see the others. I only see 1 router's and the three ReplayTVs' IP addresses in the scan results, and all 4 have Mac addresses of all zeroes. The 4 devices in the scan results have status "alive", the router returns the correct "name" (the ReplayTVs return "C/R"), and all four return ping values. How do I get the other router, the two computers, and all the devices' information to show up? Do I have IPscanner misconfigured? The router misconfigured? Thanks.
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You might want to choose other software like Driver Max or something like it if you want to check current drivers installed in your system.

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