|Required computer skills to execute these tasks: Beginner|
CapeFinder is a small and easy to use tool that provides a neat overview of your local Radarcapes. It also shows additional information including IP-Address, Hostname, Software-Version and MAC-Address. You can easily access your Radarcapes webpage with a double click or copy its IP by pressing Ctrl+C. See 'features' for more.
Do you have some great ideas or would like to have additional functionality? Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to use
Download the latest version and run it.
Hint: You need to allow network access to make CapeFinder able to do its work.
CapeFinder automatically detects your network configuration and finds connected Radarcapes.
- Double click IP-Address: open selected Radarcape in default browser. (via its current IP-Address)
- Double click hostname: does the same but uses the hostname. Requires a working DNS-Server.
- Ctrl+C: copy selected Radarcapes' IP-Address to clipboard.
- Click column names: sort all entries. Click twice to sort in reverse order.
- F5: manually trigger the automatic scanning.
- F6: re-scan local network adapters. Use that if you connect a new adapter during runtime.
- F7: manually check for update
- Double click console message: copy all messages to clipboard.
- Radarcapes must run on firmware version 161030 or newer.
- Your firewall has to allow CapeFinder network access. Add an exception if necessary.
- Currently only Windows is supported.
Note: If you do not know what this is about you probably can just proceed to downloads.
- Only radarcapes within the same subnets as your PC can be found.
- CapeFinder does not support IPv6 for now.
- All involved network knots have to allow multicast messages. That includes for example Router, WLAN-Repeater, Access-Points, Network-Bridges and VPN-Connections.
- Opening the webpage via DNS does not work: that happens when you do not have an DNS-Server in your network or it does not work properly. Use the IP method instead.
- 'n/a' is shown instead of the real MAC-Address: some older software combinations (Linux and RC-Firmware) do not support gathering the MAC yet. This should be gone after updating both.
CapeFinder-18.104.22.168-win32.exe MD5: 6b5b17f2ff85a29ee716f68f4e54ed4a SHA512: 17154dc717f0d705ff271961a5cc90d4074b88f1ea2dcc974d8e9f7959aa6245160c50e6e438bd94e52881b39a753f5d708d4545eb68e8ee5574734263a7690b
22.214.171.124: initial release