Find all active devices on your network. Discover the ip address and available services for each network device. Run a speed test to check your internet connection speed. Ping and Traceroute devices. Query WhoIs and DNS server about domain names ip addresses.
PortScan offers similar and more functionality than the Network Utility on macOS.
Scan PortsPortScan shows all open ports and additional information like host name, MAC address, HTTP, SMB, FTP, iSCSI, SMTP, SNMP, MySQL and MongoDB services. Up to 100 threads are used for scaning large ip address ranges.
Search DevicesYou can search for UPnP enabled devices, Bonjour services, Netgear router, Synology NAS devices, Buffalo NAS devices, Epson projectors, Samsung printer, HP printer (SLP / Service Location Protocol), MSA network devices, Sierra Monitor network devices, Freecom network devices and IPv6 devices. So you can find them even if you don’t know the ip address.
Ping DevicesPing any computer with 3 standard sized ping packets, with 3 different sizes, each 10 times or ping the computer continuously. A graph shows the distribution of response times.
Speed TestTest your internet connection speed by downloading and uploading data to various servers. Also a latency test and a open port test is included.
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Command line options:
|/p||or portable.dat or PortScan.ini file is in same folder, use portable version, save settings in PortScan.ini|
|/s||use smaller font and allow window to be resized to every size|
|/u <language code>||Change user interface language to specified 2 letter language code
PortScan.ini can contain ‘Language=language code’ too