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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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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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How is ARP about two VMs running on VMWare?

I know that systems in network connect together with IP and Mac address ,But insofar as i now all of OSs running on virtual machine use a common network card.I want to know how another systems connect ...
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Duplicate MAC but different IP on home router

Would it be possible to have duplicate MAC addresses but different IPs on a home router? My questions are listed below. I don't have computers with the same MAC. The second connection displays no ...
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Why do we need IP addresses to communicate within the local network segment?

Because MAC addresses are only usable across the local network segment, we use IP addresses to communicate with other segments via routers. Meanwhile, for local targets, ARP is used to translate IPs ...
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why do I get a different MAC address using arp and ifconfig?

# ifconfig eth1 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:1e:8c:10:xx:xx # arp Address HWtype HWaddress Flags Mask Iface 192.xxx.x.x ether ...
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Given a PC's MAC address, can I find its IP?

Is there a way to get the IP address when all you have is the MAC of an item?
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Inverse ARP lookup

How can I do an inverse ARP lookup in Windows and/or Linux? Say that I have the MAC address of wireless access point which is up and running in the network, but I forgot it's IP address?