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Roofus_143
Engaged Sweeper
Is it possible to exclude a single IP, or many IPs from a scan range, such as 10.0.0.x/24?
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MakeBug
Champion Sweeper
If you go to "Scanning Targets" you have the point "scanning exclusions".
There you can select "Add Exclusion" and enter the IP.
However I have no idea if it really works


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fjca
Champion Sweeper II
You need a "wildcard/mask"-type exclusion, and I don't think that is supported...

My option would be to do an Excel CSV file with all the 140 VLANs', but with the last octet being .239
Something like :

10.33.0.0-10.33.0.239
10.33.1.0-10.33.1.239
(...)
10.33.140.0-10.33.140.239

And import that via Import Template.
uke-afu
Engaged Sweeper II
fjca wrote:
You need a "wildcard/mask"-type exclusion, and I don't think that is supported...

Anybody knows?


My option would be to do an Excel CSV file with all the 140 VLANs', but with the last octet being .239
Something like :

10.33.0.0-10.33.0.239
10.33.1.0-10.33.1.239
(...)
10.33.140.0-10.33.140.239

And import that via Import Template.

I will try it with the Import-Template, but a clean solution looks different 🙂

Cheers
Andre

uke-afu
Engaged Sweeper II

I 've tried this, but it won't work.

We scan the Network for this IP Range:
10.33.0.0-10.33.140.254

What we want:
In every Subnet exclude .240 to .254

Tried this Exclusions:
0.0.0.240-0.0.0.254
10.0.0.240
.
.
.
10.0.0.254
10.33.0.240-10.33.0.254

WHERE IS THE PROBLEM/MISTAKE?!

Thanks for advise 😉
Andrew
Roofus_143
Engaged Sweeper
That works, thank you!
MakeBug
Champion Sweeper
If you go to "Scanning Targets" you have the point "scanning exclusions".
There you can select "Add Exclusion" and enter the IP.
However I have no idea if it really works


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