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How to find the MAC address of a remote computer from my computer,throug h my computer command prompt.
Jan 15 '07 #1
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terbolee
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Type ARP -A in the command prompt. Hope this helps.
Jan 16 '07 #2
Cyberdyne
627 Recognized Expert Contributor
This is very interesting, what is the syntax for me to find the mac address of a remote computer on the network?

Let me know, Cyber.
Jan 23 '07 #3
jailoliv
1 New Member
This is very interesting, what is the syntax for me to find the mac address of a remote computer on the network?

Let me know, Cyber.

try this: nbtstat -A ipaddress
The last line display as a result should read MAC address: xx-xx-xx-xx. It's that simple
Mar 15 '07 #4
Cyberdyne
627 Recognized Expert Contributor
Thanks, it work great! I use it all the time now.

Cyber.
Mar 16 '07 #5
jonnykoo
1 New Member
Thank you for the information guys. I have a slight concern --> when I try to find out the IP address of the various computers in my home that are connected both wirelessly and through a wired connection, I get the same IP address for all of them. I am assuming this is because they are all connected to the same router. However, if I try to find the MAC of a remote computer with just an IP address, won't the same thing happen --> won't just the MAC of the router show up?

Another question... if a computer that is connected to a WiFi network logs on to thescripts.com or any other server, what information is their server logging? IP Address and MAC? Just IP Address? Can MAC easily be derived? If so, is that the MAC of the local router it is being accessed with or the actual end PC client?

Any input would be much appreciated. Thanks.
May 25 '07 #6
tranceNET
1 New Member
- arp and nbtstat working on local network only, use a tool call GetMAC for cross a network

- as i know just IP address

tN
May 26 '07 #7
suyang
1 New Member
Hi Everyone...

I need help.

Does anyone here knows how can I get the wired mac address of a remote computer in linux even if the remote computer is using the wireless connection?

I think this command -> arp -a <ipaddress> is returning only the mac address of the active connection (either wired or wireless).

What i need to get is the mac address of the wired connection regardless if the remote computer is connected in the network using wired or wireless...

Your help is very much appreciated. Thanks in advance...
May 30 '07 #8

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