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Re: MAC to IP matching

1 year ago, by jvz in Switch Port Mapper Forum

Hi Andrew, you probably meant IP addresses, but yeah it works, it takes a while to resolve the ip addresses and hostnames but this is a valuable addition to the program. btw it is not confined to windows computers only even printers / and polycom telephone devices report their ip address (they even report their LLDP) the only remark I have is the network scanning box, maybe you should add

Re: MAC to IP matching

1 year ago, by jvz in Switch Port Mapper Forum

Hi Andrew, because most end-points are windows computers in our orginazation it would be a great benefit to have this feature, so yes if it is possible .. at the moment I need to cross-reference them by hand which is very unpractical grtx Johan

Re: MAC to IP matching

1 year ago, by jvz in Switch Port Mapper Forum

Hi Andrew, That's exactly my point, why not build the networkscan from networkscanner into switch port mapper to actively get the ip/mac and cross-reference them with the switch. grtx Johan

Re: MAC to IP matching

1 year ago, by jvz in Switch Port Mapper Forum

Hi Andrew, I already ticked that option on but what if the application is located on a different subnet, the switch is queried correctly but no mapping can be done due to local ARP cache is only local to the subnet grtx Johan

MAC to IP matching

1 year ago, by jvz in Switch Port Mapper Forum

Hi all, I just bought 2 of you programs (Network Scanner and Switch Port Mapper) and I think they Network Scanner has a feature that can make Switch Port Mapper more powerful. Let me explain: The Switch Port Mapper needs access to a router to do MAC to IP matching using the ARP table from the router (logical because the router "knows" all IP addresses and the MAC address that u