Terms and definitions

A certain physical or virtual device with one or several CPU (central processing unit) cores, running a certain operating system.
Port (network interface)
A physical or virtual device intended for the transfer of data between various pieces of software over a computer network.
MAC address
A unique identifier assigned to each network interface in Ethernet computer networks.
Monitored port
A port on which MAC addresses are monitored.
Internet Protocol (IP)
The routable network level protocol of the TCP/IP stack.
The fourth version of the Internet Protocol (IP).
The sixth version of the Internet Protocol (IP).
IP address
A unique network address of a node in a computer network built based on the TCP/IP protocol stack.
IPv4 address
IP address in IPV4 networks.
IPv6 address
IP address in IPV6 networks.
Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI)
One of the basic technologies for centralized operation management and monitoring of various parts of a computer running the Microsoft Windows operating system.
Monitored computer
A computer queried via WMI for information on its name, the OS version, MAC and IP addresses and other data.
License activation file
A file intended for activation (launching in operable and fully functional state) of the Network MACMonitor program.
An application software intended for browsing web pages, contents of web documents and managing web applications.