Originally Posted by daemonkl
it's Angry IP scanner - for Windows
and i'm here searching for the same tools which can deliberate the same functions
yes i've tried nmap, but nmap can only resolve one IP at one time
i need to make it resolve in a range e.g 126.96.36.199 - 188.8.131.52
simple task such as IP to hostname resolve in a range of IP set
nmap can do ranges. You do it like this:
If you just want to see if the machine responds to pings (rather than doing a service scan, which is the default operation), you just add the -sP option. To save the results in a file, you can use shell re-direction - e.g.
nmap -sP 184.108.40.206-255 > my_scan_results.txt
There are many options to nmap, such as turning off DNS resolution (which can speed things up a lot), and doing scans in parallel etc etc etc. It is a very flexible tool. You should read the manual page to get an idea of what it is capable of.