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Re: Mac Addresses

by RobPayne (Chaplain)
on Oct 04, 2006 at 23:55 UTC ( #576446=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Mac Addresses

arpwatch doesn't run on windows, but if you have other boxen on your network, it might be of use to you. (note: IP has been inferred from your question, but not stated. Windows has been inferred, though the OS running on the PCs is also unstated.) arping also has a dependency of unix or unix-like OS. Both tools provides output that predictable and therefore easily parsed by perl.

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[Discipulus]: focus on Perl LA; you can already search multiline patterns
[erix]: grep is a program, not a regex-engine
[Tanktalus]: perldigious: I'm 20 years in, and I don't want to move ;)
[Lady_Aleena]: erix, right, it searches files for a pattern. pcregrep is supposed to do the same thing with the addition of being able to search multiline.
[erix]: ah, pcregrep is a stanalone program?
[Lady_Aleena]: erix, yes.
[Lady_Aleena]: pcre stands for 'Perl Compatible Regular Expressions'.
[erix]: ok, ok, I thought you meant the engine
[perldigious]: Tanktalus: Ha, understandable, that does make it harder when you don't want to move. I assume you are looking at remote work from home jobs too?
[Tanktalus]: yeah, I'm looking at a lot of remote work - I've been working from home since 2002, so I know how to do the work from remote, I just need a new employer ;)

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