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Old 10-19-2015, 07:44 AM   #1
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Find IPs in a local network with arp-scan

Which arp-scan comand can discover IP addresses of devices in local network? Tne MAC of devices are known.
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Originally Posted by dorsio View Post
Which arp-scan comand can discover IP addresses of devices in local network? Tne MAC of devices are known.
- Ping the whole subnet.

- Then check arp table and compare it to your MAC address listing.


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