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Advanced Port Scanner

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Can not seem to get UDP ports to be seen

I have just installed the software and performed my first scan,  and set the port range to the right of the IP range to All UDP ports 1-65535 but the scan is displaying  

Advanced Port Scanner Is Not Displaying

Although I open it, it does not display on my laptop. I have used it, then when I went to re use it after a reboot it no longer popped up, in effect it looks like it does not actually start.

I have uninstalled and reinstalled also.

Using windows 11 64 bit machine

License agreement for Advanced Port Scanner


Where I can find license agreement for Advanced Port Scanner ?

Multiple Network Subnet


I server is connected to multiple subnet. Port Scanner is scanning only in one of the network subnet. If i try to scan a port outside this subnet Port scan cannot find that machine. We can ping the system. How can I change the subnet range.

Advanced Port scanner

Ce logiciel est merveilleux concernant les ports quand on est en mode Privé sur Windows il trouve des ports ouverts 445 139 donc pas protégé . Pour être protégé passer en mode Public sur Windows10  Wifi propriétés ou Public sécurisé ou Privé partage des fichiers ou imprimante. Donc trés simple sans modifications importantes .  

Does not find nor detect hidden address.

Our community's Public Access Point, a Ubiquiti WiFi/Router has come under the attack of nefarious individuals, yet they do not seem to be hiding themselves, just some of their activity. Have been cataloging their activities and devices being used.

Had noticed where had been minimal or hardly no logons yet the latency was 2800 to over 3800, causing devices to be booted offline.

Was browsing the internet and came across MyLanViewer which shows some of these hidden devices, like a notorious Roku that is causing a good portion of the intranet latency, and a couple of Xboxes that are now being listed as Microsoft Corp when before your software listed them as their console names.
However your Advanced Port Scanner is not detecting any of those hidden addresses/devices.

Admin believes Roku do not dominate an access point, but from my end I am seeing that Roku does actually hog the bandwidth, and internal latency is horrible. Maybe there is more going on.

And there are times with no MAC or Manufacturer information is being displayed. End up clearing stored data, ending the program and restarting a few times before it comes back to normal.
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