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want a Command, to have DOS?? look up MACs of devices on Network
My subject above possibly appears strange to some.
Here's the problem;
1) The Network and Sharing screen on my Windows 7-SP1 computer has been making a "Network Map", showing unknown devices, or showing devices where there shouldn't be any device.
2) The known devices are ID'ed by their given name and the related MAC. The unknown devices don't have a name or MAC associated with them.
3) In addition, I have devices on the network that the "map" doesn't reflect. Network discovery is enabled and the devices that don't showup are turned on because I can ping them.
What I would like;
Is there a DOS cmd, another Windows 7 cmd or some other 3rd party software that will give me a way to accurately map my network and ID the unknown devices?
Many mahalos-n-alohas on this Christmas Eve from the big Island of Hawaii..."Mele Kalikimaka"...konadon
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