Network Radar is an advanced network scanning and managing tool. Featuring an easy-to-use and streamlined design, the all-new Network Radar 2 has been engineered from the ground up as a modern Mac application.
Scan your network and retrieve detailed information on network devices
Run useful network tools and commands with the click of a button
Use the monitoring feature and get notified about changes in your network
Access devices from previous scans, even in different networks
Use the simple rules / actions system for automatic processing of devices
Simply connect to a device by double-clicking it in the list
Assign your own names and choose from provided icons or import own icons
Organize your hosts in folders and smart folders
Create scans with custom IP ranges
Export a scan to XML, CSV, TXT or PDF
All you have to do to use Network Radar is to click the Scan button. No configuration is required. However, Network Radar is more than a simple IP scanner. It comes with useful tools, such as Ping, Portscan and Whois. In addition to that you can send commands to your devices with the click of a button. Use Wake On LAN with every Wake On LAN capable device and shutdown, restart or send other Macs to sleep, even if they are not within your local network.
Once Network Radar has scanned your network, it lists all found devices. Select one to see more details, such as IP, IPv6 and MAC address, vendor name, DNS name, mDNS names, NetBIOS name, NetBIOS domain, open ports, OS version, response time, the Mac model identifier and much more depending on how much information your device and network reveals. Let Network Radar monitor a scan and get live updates on changes in your network. All changes are logged. You may also want to receive notifications when a device enters or leaves your network. With the possibility to configure custom rules and actions you can do things such as sending a mail to yourself as soon as your server goes offline or play a sound when a FTP Server appears in your network. Organize your hosts in folders. You want all your iPads in one folder? Just create a smart folders and let Network Radar do the work. By binding scans to networks, Network Radar always knows if a devices is reachable or not, making it easy to refresh or monitor a bunch of devices even from different networks.
Supported Network Interfaces
Apple’s USB to Ethernet Adapter
Apple’s Thunderbolt to Ethernet Adapter
Apple’s Thunderbolt Display Ethernet *Please note that the amount of information Network Radar can find depends on the network it scans.
A graph has been added to the Ping tool.
Scan speed has been improved. (Up to 4x, depending on your network)
The Portscanner is can now be much faster, especially if you scan multiple hosts at once.
The name of a port can be customised in the advanced preferences.
Items for Host settings and information have been added to the host menu.
Port results of the Portscanner can now be copied.
Refreshing a Scan can now be stopped without delay.
The Ping tool now waits until the last ping times out or responds.
The maximum value for the Portscanner is now 65535. (FFFFhex )
The names of the images are now much clearer and long names are displayed better.
You can now start a network tool even if the Host’s Scan is being refreshed.
A long list of open ports in the Host information was partly hidden.
Changing a network’s IP range was sometimes unnoticed by Network Radar which resulted in wrong scan results.
Choosing ‘Edit Smart Folder…’ from the contextual menu on the sidebar did not always work.
Clearing multiple ports in the Portscanner list only cleared one of the entries in the list.
Copying log entries could result in a crash.
Importing a Custom Scan added this Scan to the Network section until Network Radar was restarted.
In some cases the monitoring did stop after a refresh of the Scan.
In some networks IPv6 addresses were unexpectedly removed.
In some networks the displayed default gateway IP address did change unexpectedly during a scan.
It was possible to open multiple preference windows.
Sometimes Hosts that are being monitored did not appear on the Monitoring List.
Sometimes the Monitoring List did not appear in the sidebar.
Sometimes the export menu item was grey.
The app could be trapped in a state where n more scans could be started.
The list of ports in the advanced preferences could be empty.
The router image was not being displayed for Hosts that are of type default gateway.
The share button was not being displayed correctly.
The vendor column was not resizable.