Looking for an app that scans the local network

netsrot39

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Feb 7, 2018
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Hey guys,
in regards to the title I've already found an application that'll do the job or so I though until I tried to open it and I was greeted by the message "cannot be run on this system because the architecture is unsupported" (even though on the Macupdate site it says that it is PowerPC compatible → "Related Links
IP Scanner 3.30+ (OS X 10.4-10.6, Intel32/PPC32)"

Link: https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/15326/ip-scanner

Does anybody in here have a working PowerPC compatible version of this app or an alternative?

Thanks!
 

eyoungren

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Aug 31, 2011
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Hey guys,
in regards to the title I've already found an application that'll do the job or so I though until I tried to open it and I was greeted by the message "cannot be run on this system because the architecture is unsupported" (even though on the Macupdate site it says that it is PowerPC compatible → "Related Links
IP Scanner 3.30+ (OS X 10.4-10.6, Intel32/PPC32)"

Link: https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/15326/ip-scanner

Does anybody in here have a working PowerPC compatible version of this app or an alternative?

Thanks!
Did you download version 3.0 in the link you posted?

If you downloaded from the main link that would be version 3.84 which is OS X 10.7 minimum.

In any case, I use WakeOnLAN.

EDIT: I downloaded the second link. Turns out that version is 3.30 and not 3.0. So, MacUpdate has provided an incorrect link. I'm sure you could probably find a 3.0 version by Google Search or the Internet Wayback Machine if the dev's website is no longer there.
 
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Amethyst1

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EDIT: I downloaded the second link. Turns out that version is 3.30 and not 3.0. So, MacUpdate has provided an incorrect link. I'm sure you could probably find a 3.0 version by Google Search or the Internet Wayback Machine if the dev's website is no longer there.
Checking the Wayback Machine, only version 3.18 has been archived which is also x86-only.