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How do I access my Radarcape in my local network?
My Radarcapes’ IP-Address changed and I do not know the new address.
How do I get an overview of all my local Radarcapes?
I don't want to use the roundabout way over my router everytime the IP changes.
We created a small tool to offer you a quick and easy way to get information of all Radarcapes in your local network. CapeFinder works out of the box, you just need to download and start it.
CapeFinder automatically detects all network interfaces. Then it starts scanning to find connected Radarcapes. In addition, it gathers some information like the current IP-Address, Hostname, Software-Version and the MAC-Address.
Simple as that: download the latest version, open it on your PC and allow network access if asked.
Use our wiki page to download the latest version:http://wiki.modesbeast.com/Radarcape:CapeFinder