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Scan networks for alive hosts

Project description

Scan networks for alive hosts, uses CIDR notation.

Install

Install using pip:

pip install nwscan

Usage

Usage: nwscan network [options]

scan network for alive hosts, uses CIDR notation

Options:
--version       show program's version number and exit
-h, --help      show this help message and exit
-r, --reverse   print not responding hosts rather than alive
-w WORKERS      number of workers threads to use (default: 8)
-t TIMEOUT      timeout of each ping request in seconds (default: 1)
-n COUNT        number of ping requests to send (default: 1)
-i INPUT_FILE   scan networks from input file (one network per line)
-o OUTPUT_FILE  save sorted ips output to file

Examples

Scan all 254 usable IPs of network ‘192.168.0.*’:

$ nwscan 192.168.0.0/24

Scan networks from ‘networks.txt’ file using 16 workers:

$ nwscan -i networks.txt -w 16

Scan not responding hosts and save ips to file ‘ips.txt’:

$ nwscan 192.168.0.0/24 -r -o ips.txt

Notes

  • Works on Python 2
  • Tested on Linux and Windows (Cygwin)

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