ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) is a protocol used to find an address from the link layer (Ethernet, for example) from the network layer address (such as an IP address).

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is there any way to enable telnet/ssh session into a Netgear CG3700EMR

I want to enable Wake on Wan (Wol from internet) with my router, but i have no chance to modify arp table in order to specify a fake address which could receive this broadcast packet. So, is there ...
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How to reverse arp using nping for Windows

I would like to send a reverse ARP to resolve an IP address given a MAC address using nping for Windows. The documentation is not clear on how this should work and I'm unable to find any examples ...
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How do i get the ARP list from our router (programmatically / in the command line)?

At our office we have a netgear router, I'd like to poll it to see who's in the office (preferably on the command line) because i'm weird like that.. Is their a standard way of doing this? is it ...
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Why am I not seeing ARP requests from my own machine in wireshark?

I am using Windows 7. I open up Wireshark and start a live capture with the filter: ip.src == THIS.IS.MY.IP I then go to a command line and do an arp -d * and ping a bunch of stuff. I see my ICMP ...
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Why can't I view the arp table on my VPS server?

I'm running CentOS Linux release 7.0.1406 on a VPS server. Attempted to use the "arp" command and found it was missing. I tried as root as well to make sure the command wasn't in sbin. Then I googled ...
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(Un)managed switches (R)ARP tables size?

The question in short : What is the address storage capacity of (un)managed switches nowadays ? Or does it not matter anymore ? Question in long : I remember that back in 2005 you had to make sure ...
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ARP default timeout

What is the default timeout period for ARP cache entries on Windows XP? I need to swap round some IP addresses and need to know how long to wait before the XP machines will definitely have cleared ...
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Getting lots of pings between two routers on shared Wi-Fi. Why is it happening, and can I prevent it?

My apartment complex has a shared Wi-Fi network. There are two Cisco Meraki MR62 access points on each building, and my MacBook periodically switches between them; which is annoying because it drops ...
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Where does the OS fetches the MAC address before encapsulating frames?

packet arrives from application->...Network->(IP encapsulation added here as per IP configuration)->goes down to Data Link Layer Here the Framing is Done and SourceMac and Dest Mac is added for LAN ...
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Does The Apple Airport Allow For ARP Static Mapping?

This question gets asked (doing a Google search), but there are no answers. Is is possible to static map ARP tables on the Apple Airport router (Extreme, Express, etc.). I would like to avoid getting ...
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Redirect Spotify Connection

At my home I have two computers: At one I have a connection to a Hi-Fi system and I use Spotify in it. I usually use remote desktop from the other computer to change the songs but now I'm wondering if ...
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Can I temporarily affect ARP table without using `arp` command directly?

I have some knowledge about arp command under linux which can help modify the ARP table. Now I want to temporarily affect ARP table(add, delete and change) entries without the help of arp. For ...
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How to force to send data to router (on L3) instead sending directly? (on L2)

I have a public IP-addr on one machine: a.b.c.156/32 The GW is a.b.c.133 (which is in the /27 network with its gateway a.b.c.129) I statically added an arp route: sudo arp -an a.b.c.133 at ...
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ARP issue changing Internet connection

Ok I'll jump right in the middle of things. I usually connect my laptop to Internet through wifi at home and it works flawlessly. Problems come up when I try to connect to a friend of mine's wifi. The ...
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Find new ips on network

The solution I want to solve is to discover newly connected ip (and preferably mac and vendor) on the local network. So far I've tried arp-scan and nmap. I like arp-scan mainly because it's fast ...
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Error when run arpd

I'm trying to run arpd to redirect all the traffic originally destinated to some unused IP address, to a machine wich a installed the honeyd (honeyd.org) So, I try to run sudo arpd 192.168.0.0/24 ...
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IP Address in ARP Cache

I am learning more about networking... I am working on some Wireshark Labs and the subject is ARP. Screen shot of ARP Cache During the lab I did an ARP Cache dump. Fired up Wireshark and went to a ...
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Network services stopped after installing ARP packages on Ubuntu 14

I installed the following ARP packages: arp-scan arp-alert arping arpon arptables arpwatch all at a time, and that stopped all my LAN and WAN services. Network in settings is showing "the system ...
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Why would an arp table be incomplete?

Last night I connected to a local BT Fon network that my housemate was already on. My aim was to find his mac address, so I did an arp -a command (from OS X) and it returned only the router address. ...
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Use Ettercap with unknown IP

Is it possible to ARP spoof a connection where one of the participants is only online for a split second with Ettercap (or another tool)? My scenario is a PXE booting client and I want to intercept ...
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Is there any way to determine if the router is forwarding WoL packet to the NIC card while the computer is turned off?

I am having hard time figuring out whether the problem is with the router not forwarding the packets to the NIC OR the problem is the NIC not waking the PC or other hidden settings that are preventing ...
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Is Wake On LAN supposed to work even after AC power reset?

So, if you unplug the AC power cable from the wall and re-connect it to the PC Power Supply, is the Wake On Lan functionality still supposed to work on a PC? The WoL functionality is enabled in Bios ...
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Excessive rate of ARP requests from Windows 7 spooler service when network printer is off

I'm having series of ARP requests broadcast by a laptop over WLAN, asking MAC address for a range of IP (192.168.0.62 --> 192.168.0.94.) The process runs for the range, stops for a 20 or 30 seconds, ...
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How can I stop my computer from doing arp poisoning attacks?

I have a small LAN in my home about 4 - 5 computers. The problem is that when there are usually 3 or more pc's online we keep losing the Internet access randomly about every 2 minutes. So we took a ...
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Why wireless router can't detect ARP spoofing?

This is a very begginer question. We know that ARP protocol isn't secure at all. Computers and routers(/switchs) trust in ARP replies and updates its ARP caches (as far as I know). So, why wireless ...
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How does a router find the MAC address of next hop router?

I know that in an Ethernet LAN, the ARP protocol is used to get a MAC address from an IP address. How does my router get the MAC address of another router on an external network if ARP is not ...
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Adjusting Ethernet Frame padding for ARP protocol in windows

Is it possible to configure the count of trailing (padded octets) used for stuffing the ARP messages created by Windows 2008? NOTE: I hoped, but could not find any info in the TCPIP_Reg.doc from ...
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arp add 255.255.255.255 ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff (router)

If I add arp entry in router config like this: arp add 255.255.255.255 ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff Open specific port: port: 1009 ip: 255.255.255.255 Will it broadcast message to all connected devices? ...
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arp requesting to another subnet, how?

I'm wondering if I have a computer in subnet A with IP address 192.168.123.1, and a computer with IP address 192.168.124.1 in a different subnet. Both networks are connected with a router. If I want ...
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dhcp no lease because of not-DAD mode

My virtual machine does not receive an IP lease anymore. Manually requesting a new ip lease by 'ifdown/ifup eth0' or 'dhclient eth0' or 'service network restart' don't work either. The error is ...
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Unable to intercept data intended for gateway by using ARP

I am having trouble with what seems to be a very simple problem. I manage to be able to successfully spoof the ARP table of one computer on my network (as reported by arp -a). But even enabling a ...
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how does 'ping' command really work?

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 ...
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Windows method to detect ARP Poisoning in my local network (LAN)?

(This question comes from this thread, and is intended to remain as a reference question/answer pair for more generic ARP network detection not limited to WiFi, or without the need of the specific ...
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Bridge-mode networking and virtual network adapters

Say I have physical network adapter eth0 on my host machine and VirtualBox virtual machine with bridged network. Host and virtual machine have different IP addresses in the same network. I can easily ...
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Detect IP Conflicts on Network

I have a Wireless WAN network that I am managing devices on. We recently had an IP conflict that took us over 10 months to find (we had no idea there was even a conflict until we were pinging a ...
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How to run webcam software only when I am not home (phone is not on the LAN)?

Currently I've got my user cron starting Motion on a timer when I typically leave for work, and then killing it when I typically get home, so I can watch my cat/burglars/etc: 0 9 * * * killall motion ...
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How can I block NetCut in my network?

I am facing a huge problem in my shared network. We are almost 30 users sharing a single internet connection. Someone is using NetCut and taking all the bandwidth from us. Not allowing even to send ...
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Is there a way to execute an arp spoof on Windows?

You can easily set up arp spoofs on linux using the arpspoof command in terminal. My question is - is there a piece of software that would allow you to do the same on Windows? So far I've seen ...
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ARP for a multihomed machine (Linux)

I try to configure two interfaces on my server to behave as independently as possible on the same medium. However I have some problems with ARP (maybe related to ARP flux). I hope somebody can ...
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How to get device name from scan like nmap on Linux

I know that I can use a tool like NMAP or arp-scan on Linux to identify the IP and MAC addresses of all devices on my local network. I also know that arp-scan will do a MAC address lookup to get the ...
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WOL over Internet success for a while but fail after a period of time [duplicate]

I have a computer in my home LAN, and i have successfully set up my computer and router to use wol over Internet. The problem is, after a period of time(say, a night), the next day i want to start my ...
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Home Networking: Connecting a switch to a router

I have the following network setup: EE Fibre going to a BT Infinity modem. EE Brightbox router, WAN port connected to the EE Modem. Port 1 connected to a Netgear Gigabit Switch 8 Port Netgear GS308 ...
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What do these arp commands mean?

Now and then my router displays the following error message in the browser: This function is to prevent the attack was interrupted when you use the Internet. Please install to download ARP ...
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Wake-on-LAN stops working after a few hours

I have a Linux server (Ubuntu 12.04.03) which serves as the internet gateway for our LAN of about 15 PCs. That is, eth0 on the Linux server is the Internet, and eth1 plugs into an unmanaged switch (a ...
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Two computers cannot ping one another - both connected to the same switch

I've got two physical computers which are connected to the same unmanaged switch. Said switch is connected to a server handing out IP addresses and acting as a gateway. This works fine. Clients that ...
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Windows 7: The ARP entry addition failed: Access is denied

I'm on Windows 7 and am trying to assign a static arp entry for my default gateway using the command: arp -s 172.24.7.254 00-05-01-f9-28-00 172.24.1.20 But I get the following error: The ARP ...
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When does my machine know its DNS?

Assuming I have not setup a proxy server, how does my windows-based machine know my dns? Is this also determined with filling the arp table gateway entry? Or is DNS "solved" after ARP by another ...
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TTL is not changing for particular computer

I'm running ping command for several computers in local network. Most of them have TTL=63 and then it becames 64 as ARP caches MAC-addresses of that computers. But pinging one of them always has ...
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Values below “Starting IP address” in linksys router.

In my basics setup in linksys router, I've set Starting IP address to 192.168.1.100. How can you explain that in ARP/RARP Table I can see users with addresses 192.168.1.25 and 192.168.1.26?
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What adds these Multicast IPs to the ARP table, as static entries?

(Similar to my previous question, but addressing a separate aspect which has gone unanswered.) I've seen this on my Windows 7 computer, and searches have turned up others in Vista/7 who have seen the ...