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1answer
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Host not showing in ARP even after broadcast

serverfault community. What I would like: to determine the current IP of a host (a networked camera to be specific) What I have: its MAC, its previously documented hostname and IP What I have ...
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2answers
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Why do we need logical addressing [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Why couldn’t MAC addresses be used instead of IPv4|6 for networking? If physical address or Mac address is unique why do we need logical addressing? This because ...
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1answer
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Is it possible to distinguish traffic from different computers from behind a router?

The mac address would be that of the router, I presume. But could I distinguish the ip addresses of the computers behind the router, or could I only see a global ip address that belongs to the router? ...
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2answers
155 views

Cloning IP address and/or MAC address for server fail-over

I am currently providing some web applications to my customers (apache/php/mysql on Windows server). I'm looking to provide some sort of fail-over server in the case my server has a hardware failure. ...
3
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2answers
909 views

Deny Static IP Assignments

I am currently using a SonicWall Pro 2040 with DHCP enabled, but only with static IPs mapped to specific MAC addresses. There is no dynamic IP scope being used. Currently, no DHCP request will resolve ...
10
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4answers
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multiple MAC addresses on one physical network interface (linux)

Simple question: How can I setup multiple MAC addresses on one physical network interface (linux)? Why? My ISP is checking ip<->mac on GW and I d like to route traffic through my "linuxbox" and ...
5
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4answers
655 views

MAC address spoofing - why doesn't this work?

So I'm in a new job, and they're pretty draconian about their network, hardware, and OS security. :-( I'm a web developer, but am forced to use IE7 for development simply because they don't want ...
1
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2answers
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Can I use nmap be use to discover IPs and mac addresses?

When I need to locate the IPs of devices by their mac address on a Windows system, I normally use Advanced IP Scanner (from radmin.com) to scan the network, then I use arp -a to list the mac ...
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1answer
218 views

Connectivity problems - ARP, MACs and IPs

I'm trying to diagnose some connection issues I was having last night while setting up my new PC based router. For a while everything was working perfectly, but then suddenly I found that I couldn't ...