The above comment is wrong. There are some cases where ARP masquerading is configured and will reply, but it's quite rare to do that as it causes other problems. My main point is that you can always do a lookup. And, if you're on the same network, you will always get what you were looking for. That's how the Ethernet protocol works.
U-D13 I have an IP address of a computer which I am currently away from ,in the question probably meant that the user is trying to find the MAC address of a computer which is not on the same network.
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Shiva "probably meant". I can be away from my colleagues computer, but we're on the same network. I can be working from home via VPN and be away from my actual work machine, yet we're still on the same network. I strongly believe your answer should be reworded to clearly indicate that one can only resolve IPs to MACs in a local network, but one can always do that. If you are on the same network you can open up a Terminal: I agree too.
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Does this works on Linux? Tried and definitely works on windows May 19 '17 at Linked 5. On Windows and some other network operating systems , the "arp" command provides access to the local ARP cache.
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This cache may be empty sometimes depending on how that local network is configured, At best, a client device's ARP cache only contains entries for other computers on the LAN. Most home broadband routers allow viewing of their ARP caches through their console interface.
This feature reveals both IP and MAC addresses for every device currently joined to the home network. Note that routers do not maintain IP-to-MAC address mappings for clients on other networks beside their own. Entries for remote devices can appear in the ARP list but the MAC addresses shown be for the remote network's router, not for the actual client device behind the router.
Larger business computer networks solve the problem of universal MAC-to-IP address mapping by installing special management software agents on their clients. These systems forward messages out to the agent on every network device a request for both the IP and MAC addresses of that device.
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