I have a TP-LINK WiFi router which shows lan IP addresses and computer mac addresses under Device Info > ARP. I am interested to read this info from my computer (Ubuntu 12.04) connected to the same ...
I'm seeing some weird behavior, and was hoping someone could explain to me why this is happening: I have a linux box with two physical interfaces: arnout@arnout-VirtualBox ~ $ ifconfig eth0 ...
After returning from vacation during which several Windows updates were applied and my router suffered a hard power cycle, my Windows 8 Desktop can no longer ping other devices on the same subnet. ...
I have a scenario as depicted below. Here two host machines are connected via a hub: Ok, so host-1 wants to ping host-2 and i have setup wireshark on a 3rd host connected to the same hub. Now ...
I am working on wireless driver. But I feel this question is just a general network question. I saw strange content of the first ping packt, which is an arp request, where the target IP address is ...
How does the ping command really work? Specifically where does the ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) come into picture? I was asked this question in an interview and I was not able to come up with ...