sends IP and/or ARP pings (to the MAC address)
The arping utility sends ARP and/or ICMP requests to the specified host
and displays the replies. The host may be specified by its hostname,
its IP address, or its MAC address.
arping for Debian
There are two different arping series from Thomas Habets: 1.xx and 2.xx.
The original source contains both versions, however this binary package
contains only the 2.xx series by this time.
Root privileges are needed to run arping. It can be made permanently
setuid by using dpkg-statoverride, but beware it's a potential security
By Thomas Habets <firstname.lastname@example.org>
git clone git://github.com/ThomasHabets/arping.git
Arping is a util to find out it a specific IP address on the LAN is 'taken'
and what MAC address owns it. Sure, you *could* just use 'ping' to find out if
it's taken and even if
arping - sends arp and/or ip pings to a given host
arping [-abdDeFhpqrRd0uv] [-S host/ip] [-T host/ip] [-s MAC]
[-t MAC] [-c count] [-i interface] [ -w us ] <host | -B>
The arping utility sends ARP and/or ICMP requests to the
arping (2.09-2) unstable; urgency=low
* [084a112] Fix a FTBFS on kfreebsd. (Closes: #577002) - th
This package was debianized by Lenart Janos <email@example.com> on
Sun, 27 May 2001 16:46:46 +0200.
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