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Updated on November 14, 2021

start_scan_network()

  • Scan network for existing devices.
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fields type description
script string The path to handle script. Example: “HUB:zwave/scripts/handle_network_scan_results”. The every since result comes to this script as argument.
ip_addresses string The list format is set of ip addresses are separated by comma. Example: “192.168.0.0, 192.168.0.1, 192.168.122.1, 192.168.0.34”. The range format are two ip addresses are separated by hyphen. Example: “192.168.0.0 – 192.168.122.9”
ip_version string The two possible values are “ip4” and “ip6”
ports intArray [opt] The array of ports what should be scanned.
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scan_id (int)
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fields type description
event string The name of this module “network”
data table The result of scanning.
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fields type description
scan_id int The Id of scanning.
status string The status of scanning. The possible tokens: , , .
ip_address string [opt] The IP address of device
mac string [opt] The MAC address of device
host_name string [opt] The host name of device
ports intArray [opt] The array of open ports.
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					require "network"

local ip_list = "192.168.0.0, 192.168.0.1, 192.168.122.1, 192.168.0.34"
local ip_range = "192.168.0.0 - 192.168.122.9"
local ports = { 2020, 30, 8080 }
local handle_results = "HUB:zwave/scripts/handle_network_scan_results"
local scan_id1 = network.start_scan_network( ip_list, "IPv4", handle_results )
local scan_id2 = network.start_scan_network( ip_range, "IPv4", handle_results, ports )
network.stop_scan_network( scan_id1 )
network.stop_scan_network( scan_id2 )