[talk] network discovery application

Justin Sherrill justin at shiningsilence.com
Wed Dec 7 23:43:15 EST 2016

Zenoss and LibreNMS are ostensibly monitoring packages, but they try
to auto-map your network for you.  There's also The Dude from
MicroTik, which I think is at least source-available.  I have not
really used these products, just heard them recommended, so they may
or may not have the usability level you want.

On Wed, Dec 7, 2016 at 1:29 PM, George Rosamond
<george at ceetonetechnology.com> wrote:
> Outside of the obvious choice of nmap, I vaguely remember some open
> source network discovery tools that scanned a network and produced easy
> to read graphical outputs, maybe even with doing OUI look ups to
> identify devices.
> The intended audience is less-technical users, in order for them to get
> regular snapshots of a network.
> Anyone have any ideas?  Preferably something in ports...
> g
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