Check the Subnet for multiple nodes

Just stumbled on a new Feature of http://storjnet.info/ and tough that can maybe useful for someone :wink:

Now you can check easily how many nodes are within an Subnet: :partying_face: :partying_face:

Keep up the good work @3bl3gamer!

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Great :slight_smile:

Really nice! :smiley:

It found one of my nodes (7mo fiber node, 1 node found) but did not find my other one (6mo coax node, 0 nodes found) even when using the exact WAN IP.

This is a great feature. Keeps people from potentially doing grey area things like scanning a full /24 subnet around them.

105.152.14.158
I know how many node I have :slight_smile:
105.152.14.*
unfortunately I still don’t know …

it should be using the /24 logic for you. No need for * (it’s always .1 - .255)

So yes: 105.152.14 ???

105.152.14.158

Implies
105.152.14.1 - 105.152.14.255

OK. Thx
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Nice work
Good to know