|File Search||Catalog||Content Search|
Net::MAC::Vendor allows you to take a MAC address and turn it into the OUI and vendor information. You can, for instance, scan a network, collect MAC addresses, and turn those addresses into vendors. With vendor information, you can often guess at what you are looking at (e.g. an Apple product).
You can use this as a module as its individual functions, or call it as a script with a list of MAC addresses as arguments. The module can figure it out.
# $Id: README 1872 2006-06-23 13:29:32Z comdog $ Install this module using the normal Perl module installation steps. perl Makefile.PL make make test # see note below make install If you want to read the module documentation before you install the module, try perldoc lib/Vendor.pm After you install the module, you can read the documentation like any other Perl module. more»
Vendor(3pm) User Contributed Perl Documentation Vendor(3pm) NAME Net::MAC::Vendor - look up the vendor for a MAC SYNOPSIS use Net::MAC::Vendor; my $mac = "00:0d:93:29:f6:c2"; my $array = Net::MAC::Vendor::lookup( $mac ); You can also run this as a script with as many arguments as you like. The module realizes it is more»
libnet-mac-vendor-perl (1.18-2) unstable; urgency=low [ Nathan Handler ] * debian/watch: Update to ignore development releases. [ Ansgar Burchardt ] * Use minimal debian/rules. * New patch "network-tests.patch": Do not fail tests if not connected to network (Closes: #534045). * Add myself to Uploaders. * Bump Standards Version to 3.8.2 (no changes). * Add build-dep on libtest more»
# $Id: Changes 2337 2007-10-28 01:38:00Z comdog $ 1.18 - Sat Oct 27 20:37:52 2007 * distro cleanup more»
Format-Specification: http://wiki.debian.org/Proposals/CopyrightFormat?action=recall&rev=196 Upstrea more»