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VNCCSL.EXE

VNCCSL.EXE is a free command line utility which can automatically discover any host running VNC Server on a given network.

VNCCSL.EXE - 1.1.0

Installation

Extract all files from the zip file to a folder on your computer (%windir% for example). Then open a command-line box and just launch the program.

Syntax

The syntax to use VNCCSL from the command line is:

VNCCSL </i:www.xxx.yyy.zzz> </p:Prefix mask> </o:[csv,ssv,tab]> </n<:n>> </r> </t:TCP Port> </m> </s> </v> </q> </h>

where:

Switch Explain
/i:www.xxx.yyy.zzz www.xxx.yyy.zzz is the network or the IP address part of the IP network subnet to scan
/p:prefix_mask Prefix bits number using the x.x.x.x/mask notation. Default is 24 bits
/o:[csv,ssv,tab] Output format (default is tab)
/n<:n> Use local IP subnet network ID associates with Nic "n". If no Nic # and no IP subnet are specified VNCCSL will use the first Nic Address found
/t:TCP_port TCP_port is the VNC TCP Port to use
/r Don't resolve hostname
/m Get host mac address
/s Slow network
/q Quiet mode, turn all verbose off
/v More verbose
/? Shows help

You can also use an environment variable to store the parameters your most currentlyused options:

c:\>set VNCCSL_PARAMETERS=/m /v

If %VNCCSL_PARAMETERS% exists in the environment var list, VNCCSL will use itautomaticallywhen run. You can also store the complete parameters list into that var if youwant:

c:\>set VNCCSL_PARAMETERS=/m /v /i:198.162.20

Examples

c:\>vnccsl

Will scan the local IP subnet associates with Nic #1 using a 24 bits prefix mask.

c:\>vnccsl /n:2 /p:24

Will scan the local IP subnet associates with Nic #2 using a 24 bits prefix mask.

c:\>vnccsl /i:192.168 /p:26

Will scan the complete 192.168 IP subnet using a 26 bits prefix mask.

Update History

Release 1.1.0 of 04/15/2002

  • First public release posted on my web site

Release 1.0 of 02/09/2002

  • Original version with help file and HTML documentation. Not published on the Internet.

License & Disclaimer

All files are copyright Patrick Garnier, 2002, 2003, 2004. This software is provided as is - no warranty is given as to its suitability for any purposes to which you may wish to put it.

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