Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP).
For users to be able to access the details of connected devices, they have to make sure that SNMP is enable on desired device and they can access all details of that device containing (uptime, status, storage area description, list of all apps, IP address, MAC address, vendor, NetBIOS name etc.
While launching the app it instantly finds the Wi-Fi system you are linked to, and shows all the appropriate information. For example, with a single push of scan button it not only helps you observe your Wi-Fi system but also let you connect with the linked customers by delivering ping to your preferred devices, checking TCP slots and exterior IP system which are effective, by slightly delivering Wake-On-LAN requests, by accomplishing DNS search (DNS lookup tool), by sharing system details with system source. As a matter of fact, it lets you use the app’s SNMP assistance to read hardware/software information for required devices connected to your home network and you can view your network’s MAC address, BSSID, IP address, speed of your link, gateway IP, DNS, DHCP server and much more.
Being a user of iPhone I look forward to use it as developers have confirmed that they are working to launch the versions for iOS and Windows Phone which are coming soon.