LanHunt Portable is a software utility which was designed in order to help people search for videos, images, documents, executable and audio files within your LAN.
This is the portable counterpart of LanHunt, which means you can easily bypass the installation process. You can copy the program files to any location on the hard drive and double-click the executable in order to run it. It is also possible to drop the last mentioned files to a portable storage unit (e.g. USB flash drive), so as to run this tool on any computer you have access to.
Another important aspect that you should keep in mind, is the fact that the Windows registry and Start menu are not going to be affected by LanHunt Portable in any way whatsoever.
The interface has a minimal design, which is accessible to any type of person, regardless of their experience with the IT world.
In order to find the items you are looking for on the LAN, all you have to do is input the IP range, a keyword, choose the types of files, click the “Hunt” button and let the utility do the rest.
Results are going to be displayed as a list, along with information such as name, file type and location of the item. These items can be downloaded or opened directly from this window. If no results are found, then a message is displayed giving you tips on how you can improve your search.
To conclude, LanHunt Portable is a clear-cut and user-friendly piece of software, which proves to be useful to people interested in looking for all sort of files in their Local Area Network. Response time is good and it does not use many system resources.
LanHunt Portable Requirements:
Operating System: Windows XP or above
Free hard disk space: Minimum 512 MB, recommended 2 GB
You are about to download a archive containing the LanHunt Portable software. Before you start, you should know that the archive may be compressed, which means that it may be smaller than the original file but it may take longer to download.
If you do not have enough free disk space on your computer, you should at least create a folder on your hard drive where you want the software to be saved. This will ensure the safety of your files and prevent any possible problems that may occur.
You should also make sure that your Windows firewall is turned off.
Lastly, make sure that your hard disk is running in its fastest possible speed.
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Wireless Card Manager appender KeyMacro using ETSI WLAN standard.
KeyMacro will provide keys for WLAN access for you.
Perform WLAN configuration operations on the WLAN manager.
Add a new WLAN profile to the WLAN manager.
The program was designed to support the WLAN standard which was developed by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) and approved by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
What is the difference between two WLAN standards?
This program can only work with WLAN that support IEEE802.11i standard.
KeyMacro does not support all the 802.11i features.
802.11i is a standard for wireless local area networks (WLANs) that was designed to improve upon the performance of IEEE 802.11 standards. The work on 802.11i started as a 1999 (work item) in early 1999 by Cisco, Check Point, Ericsson, Hitachi, Philips, Sandvine, SKYRIX, and Toshiba.
The 802.11i WLAN standard aims to improve wireless local area networking (WLAN) by:
Optimizing the medium access control (MAC) and physical layer (PHY) for data rates of 1 Gbit/s and above.
Compressing data as it is transmitted.
The IEEE 802.11i standard is the result of IEEE 802.11 draft specifications. The IEEE 802.11i standard is backward compatible with IEEE 802.11 draft specifications.
The IEEE 802.11i standard, currently in the final stage of standardization, has been designed to be implemented in a wireless local area network (WLAN). The standard has been developed to be compatible with IEEE 802.11-1999 standard.
The IEEE 802.11i standard consists of the following parts:
Part 1: Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) Part 1.
Part 2: Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) Part 2.
Part 3: Enhanced Physical Layer (EPL) Part 3.
Part 4: Wireless Access in Licensed Bands (WALB) Part 4.
Part 5: Wireless Access in Licensed Bands (WALB) Part 5.
Part 6: Wireless Access in Licensed Bands (WALB) Part 6.
Part 7: Wireless Access in Licensed Bands (WALB)