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  • Last release: 0.3.2
  • 4 months ago

CLI command line to Scan a network for ports that are open on an ip/ip range, and ips that are in use on that network.

netscan command added to $PATH

Usage
netscan - Scan network ips and ports.

Usage: netscan

Flags:

-d, --debug enable debug logging (default: false)
-p, --ports Ports to scan (ex. 80-443 or 80,443,8080 or 1-20,22,80-443) (default "80,443,8001,9001")
--proto protocol to use (can be set more than once) (default "tcp")
-t, --timeout timeout for ping of port (default: 1s)

Commands:

version Show the version information.
Examples
# for a cidr
$ netscan 192.168.0.1/24

# for a single ip
$ netscan 192.168.104.30

QTS
Requires QTS 4.2.6 or later

Models
TS-X28A TS-X41 TS-ARM-X19 TS-NASX86 64bits TS-NASX86 TS-X31

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