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#1 chteh

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Posted 12 June 2008 - 07:41 PM

i try with the TNI 1.6 trial version.
it only able to detect workstation but not the network devices.
Is it the limitations of the trial version or i need to some work around to get it works?

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Posted 15 June 2008 - 11:18 AM

Trial version is not limited in detection of network devices. However it scans only devices which support SNMP v.1 with "public" community. It is not required to setup anything in the program, it scans SNMP-enabled deviced by default, when you use Scan Wizard or "Scan single computer" option.
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Posted 19 June 2008 - 10:43 PM

Trial version is not limited in detection of network devices. However it scans only devices which support SNMP v.1 with "public" community. It is not required to setup anything in the program, it scans SNMP-enabled deviced by default, when you use Scan Wizard or "Scan single computer" option.


ok finally i managed to get it done after i re-install the TNI.
But i only can scan those network devices using the scan wizard, if i use scan single computer it not able to do so.

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Posted 20 June 2008 - 02:40 AM

That is strange, as the program is able to do SNMP scan in both Scan Wizard and "Scan single computer". However, we will add more options in the next version which will allow to control if SNMP scan is made, and if computer scan is made, so it will be possible to do them both or separately.
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Posted 09 September 2008 - 05:06 AM

Trial version is not limited in detection of network devices. However it scans only devices which support SNMP v.1 with "public" community. It is not required to setup anything in the program, it scans SNMP-enabled deviced by default, when you use Scan Wizard or "Scan single computer" option.



That is strange, as the program is able to do SNMP scan in both Scan Wizard and "Scan single computer". However, we will add more options in the next version which will allow to control if SNMP scan is made, and if computer scan is made, so it will be possible to do them both or separately.


Is the next version going to have a feature to change SNMP "public" community to something else?
And when is this version coming out :)

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Posted 12 September 2008 - 05:56 AM

Is the next version going to have a feature to change SNMP "public" community to something else?
And when is this version coming out :)

Yes, next version (probably this will be 1.7.0) will have such feature. We hope to release in the end of September.
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Posted 16 November 2008 - 06:30 PM

Yes, next version (probably this will be 1.7.0) will have such feature. We hope to release in the end of September.

I am currently evaluating the trial version. Is there a way or are there plans to provide a way to scan a list of computers from a text file instead of using the network places or IP range?

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Posted 17 November 2008 - 01:15 AM

I am currently evaluating the trial version. Is there a way or are there plans to provide a way to scan a list of computers from a text file instead of using the network places or IP range?

Yes, it will be possible in the next version.
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