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I think this found all the MAC's in your post but it's a little difficult to tell.

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C:\test>perl -nle" print $1 while m[([0-9a-f]{12})]ig" - Hi I have log files that look like this Mar 14 14:54:13 10.70.204.11 D +raper-1-01-office-01 (Info): Station resnet204- 011.wireless00 022d33a500 Authenticated Mar 14 14:54:13 10.70.204.11 Draper-1-01-offi +ce-01 (Info): Station resnet204- 011.wireless00022d33a500 Reas sociated Mar 14 14:58:14 10.70.204.11 Draper-1-01-office-01 (Info): De +authenticating resnet204-034.wireless00022d250968, reason "Mus t Authenticate Before Ass ociating" Mar 14 14:58:14 10.70.204.11 Drape +r- 1-01-office-01 (Info): Station resnet204-034.wireless00022d 250968 Authenticated Mar 14 14:58:14 10.70.204.11 Draper-1- 01-office- +01 (Info): Station resnet204-034.wireless00022d250968 Reassoci ated Mar 14 14:59:47 10.70.204.11 Draper-1-01- office-01 (Info): Start +ed driver for port "awc0" Mar 14 14:59:47 10.70.204.11 Draper- 1-01-office-01 (Info): Started driver for port "fec0" Mar 14 15:00:04 +10.70.204.11 Draper-1-01-office-01 (Info): Bound "AWC Packet R outer" protocol to device "rptr2" Mar 14 15:00:04 10.70.204.11 Draper- +1-01-office-01 (Info): Bound "AWC DDP Protocol" protocol to de vice "rptr2" As you see the MAC address are not in':' or "-" seperated +. In the above case how do I find the MAC address 00022d33a500 00022d33a500 00022d250968 00022d250968 00022d250968 ^Z

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In reply to Re: Regular Expression for MAC Address by BrowserUk
in thread Regular Expression for MAC Address by marius

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