The broadcast mask is easy to calculate if the subnet mask is in the format For example if the IP address was If the subnet mask is not the basic The first row is the subnet mask You could repeat this exercise on the various subnets of your organization. Unfortunatly due to limitations in NT's implementation of PING the above will not work correctly so put the following into a file.
Again you could put this all in a file, redirect to a file and then search, e. You can consolidate the last couple of steps so you just create arpping.
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There were many processes built off of this simple idea it was pretty cutting edge when I first designed it. You can also open Settings by tapping the app in the App Drawer. It often isn't possible to determine the MAC address of a computer from its IP address alone because these two addresses originate from different sources. Want to know more? The connections are listed in the left frame. Every router is different, but most will have a status page somewhere in the configuration showing currently-connected devices. The following is an example of ARP output.
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Gilles, That question is related to email. The answers in both threads differ. Its actually lack of brains.
In short the answer will be you can't. Shiva Shiva 3 3 silver badges 8 8 bronze badges.
And that short answer is wrong. The only thing is that you probably are not seeing the actual IP of a device due to NAT , if you're on separate networks. The above comment is wrong.
There are some cases where ARP masquerading is configured and will reply, but it's quite rare to do that as it causes other problems. My main point is that you can always do a lookup. And, if you're on the same network, you will always get what you were looking for. That's how the Ethernet protocol works. U-D13 I have an IP address of a computer which I am currently away from ,in the question probably meant that the user is trying to find the MAC address of a computer which is not on the same network.
Shiva "probably meant". I can be away from my colleagues computer, but we're on the same network.
I can be working from home via VPN and be away from my actual work machine, yet we're still on the same network. I strongly believe your answer should be reworded to clearly indicate that one can only resolve IPs to MACs in a local network, but one can always do that.