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NetWare Detector



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December 30, 2006 4:48 pm

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Target Platform: Windows, Linux, NetWare

Description:
This is the program to detect if the remote system is running NetWare. In addition to detection, it also displays other information such as version, tree name and system up time about the system. It uses SNMP protocol to retrieve the information from the remote machine.

The most useful feature of NetwareDetector is to scan the range of machines and quickly identify system having NetWare.

Requirement:
It requires Perl SNMP module which can be obtained from http://net-snmp.sourceforge.net/download.html.

How to Use

Perl NetwareDetector.pl [-d] [-c <SNMP community name>] { host | host-range }

Options:

-d Do not use ping scan to check if the host is alive
-c <name>    Specify the SNMP community name for the host

For single host

Perl NetwareDetector.pl -d myhost.novell.com
Perl NetwareDetector.pl -d -c public 192.168.0.100

For range of hosts
Perl NetwareDetector.pl 192.168.0.1-100

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