Router discovery

sudo arp-scan 192.168.1.0/24 -interface eth0

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By: guelfoweb
2009-12-05 01:35:50

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Am I wrong in thinking that "cat /proc/net/arp|grep eth0" provides basically the same information?
eightmillion · 445 weeks and 5 days ago
Or, even better: grep eth0 /proc/net/arp
eightmillion · 445 weeks and 5 days ago
That's wrong, /proc/net/arp contains the IP table. By example, I have IP address HW type Flags HW address Mask Device 192.168.0.1 0x1 0x0 00:00:00:00:00:00 * eth0 192.168.0.2 0x1 0x2 00:2e:e4:c5:91:7b * eth0 Another way is that : traceroute 2>/dev/null google.com -n | awk '/^ [0-9]/{print $2;exit}'
sputnick · 445 weeks and 2 days ago

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