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Discover ready to scan in background mode your...

 
   
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  Discover ready to scan in background mode your entire network, every 900 secondes
The perimeter of scanning for Discover is set to 100 Hops

Warning : If you have some ISDN, RTC, Backup, payable link etc..., the discover module have the capacity to open this links and hold the connexions
When discover found a new host the 'discover scanning' parameter is set to TRUE.

Confirm your choice to run discover and auto scanning your network? 

 
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  C:\Program Files (x86)\LUTEUS\loriotpro V6\bin\

 
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  loriotprov6.exe

 
OS
  Windows 7

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  Luteus SARL    
 
   
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Last update: 09-Nov-2010 10:00 am