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DHCP (IPs and MAC Addresses)

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Similar to my recent posts, to my fortune, I have been doing much more networking as of late. I am also lucky to having been given the freedom and guidance around our Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) servers which assign IPs to devices throughout the network. 261 more words

Network Administration

ARP Command

Address Resolution Protocol (ARP): –

Information on ARP Commands can be found at the following link Microsoft Windows – ARP Commands

Below is a Screenshot of Command Prompt with the ARP Command opened.

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Implementing the MITM using ARP Spoofing using Back-Track 5 or Kali Linux

Tools used:-

Nmap

Arpspoof

Driftnet

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Tools description in brief:-

Nmap:- Used to discover the devices on the network… 617 more words

Information Security

ARP

What is ARP? Address Resolution Protocol. It’s an Internet protocol used to map an IP address to a MAC Address. ARP doesn’t really need configuring, it just works.  549 more words

Address Resolution Protocol

Packet Transmissions : Unicast, Broadcast, Multicast and Anycast

Unicast, ( refers the left diagram ) is a type of packet transmission sent from a source to another destination. In unicast, there is onlyone sender and one receiver. 252 more words

Network

Say Goodbye to IPv4 ... it has served as well

We have a survey on IPv6, please complete it here.

Introduction

Well, when they created ARPAnet, which eventually become the Internet, they had a network of 15 nodes and 23 hosts. 1,068 more words

IPv6 Neighbor Discovery Protocol

Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) Neighbor Discovery (ND) is a set of messages and processes defined in RFC 4861 that determine relationships between neighboring nodes. ND replaces Address Resolution Protocol (ARP), Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) router discovery, and the ICMP Redirect message used in IPv4. 1,150 more words

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