Network Device Finder

A free utility that finds all web-enabled
network devices on your local network

This software will find all web servers on your network. This includes computers running web server software, routers, network cameras, and any other network device with a web interface.

This software is designed to aid the setting up of network video devices for our video surveillance software SecuritySpy, although you are free to use it for any purpose.


This version is compatible with any Mac running macOS 10.7 - 10.15.

The current version is 2.0, released 26 September 2019.

This software is free for anyone to use. Please note that this software is provided AS IS and without warranty of any kind.


Open Network Device Finder. If you have more than one network connected to your computer, you can select which one to search on from the "Subnet" menu.

Then, enter the port on which you want to search. Most web servers use port 80, including almost all network cameras and network video servers.

The software will then attempt to find all the web servers using that port on your network. This may take up to 30 seconds. The devices are listed in the window as they are found. To open a particular web server in Safari, double-click on its entry in the list.


Please note that we only provide support for Network Device Finder to customers who are using it to set up SecuritySpy. Please email for support.


The below screenshot shows Network Device Finder in action. The subnet is 192.168.1 and a search has been performed on port 80.