how to get mac address
n3mo.wolf at gmail.com
Wed Jan 6 20:28:15 UTC 2010
if it's a wireless network you can try airodump and sniff to it :) It tells
you mac adresses of both - client and router.
2010/1/6 Brian McKee <brian.mckee at gmail.com>
> On Wed, Jan 6, 2010 at 2:23 PM, Vadkan Jozsef <jozsi.avadkan at gmail.com>
> > How can I get the MAC address of a computer, if it isn't in the same
> > network segment?
> > e.g.: can I get the MAC from a normal, public IP?
> > There is no solution for this?
> Nope. (with one exception) MAC addresses are used at level 2, which
> doesn't leave the LAN.
> It's not a one to one thing anyway - a given IP could have multiple
> MAC addresses or vice versa.
> The exception? If *it* tells *you* (rather than the other way around)
> - e.g. some service (like an snmp agent) tells you what the MAC
> address is when you ask it.
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