[Gllug] [SPAM -4] Re: Help with Script.

John Hearns hearnsj at googlemail.com
Mon Jan 10 17:46:49 UTC 2011

I would have a look at arpwatch also.
What if you have any old machine on your network, which is on a (say)
192.168 or a zeroconf address?

As an alternative, there was a script written at CERN, which gathered
MAC addresses,
which was intended for getting the MAC addresses of new sets of
machines to install via tftp
There, you would sequence power the machines up and look for DHCP
packets, so I suppose not so
relevant to your situation. ITs quite common in building Linux
clusters - you have to get the MACs of a rack of
machines, in sequence from bottom to top.
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