How to ignore a range of IP-Adresses when setting up a global monitor? The option for range to scan is available but then there is a box with ignore these IP adresses/DNS names. Is it possible to set up a range to ignore? I see * and ? are supported but what can I do with it?

asked 27 Feb '17, 05:52

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Hi i_knocak,

Thank you for the idea. Currently we don't have the option to add a range of IP addresses but it's a good. I have passed your suggestion on to the programmers and it should be added soon.

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answered 27 Feb '17, 10:01

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Thanks for the response

(28 Feb '17, 02:45) i_kocak

Hi i_knocak,

The Network Scan monitor now has the ability to ignore IP Addresses. It available in the preview build 6.4.0.266. https://www.poweradmin.com/products/server-monitoring/downloads/preview/

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answered 09 Mar '17, 16:47

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