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MACC(1) 						      General Commands Manual							   MACC(1)

macchanger - MAC Changer SYNOPSIS
macchanger [options] device DESCRIPTION
macchanger is a Linux utility for viewing/manipulating the MAC address for network interfaces. OPTIONS
macchanger accepts the following options: -h, --help Show summary of options. -V, --version Show version of program. -e, --ending Don't change the vendor bytes. -a, --another Set random vendor MAC of the same kind. -A Set random vendor MAC of any kind. -r, --random Set fully random MAC. -p, --permanent Reset MAC address to its original, permanent hardware value. -l, --list[=keyword] Print known vendors (with keyword in the vendor's description string) -m, --mac XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX, --mac=XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX Set the MAC XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX -s, --show Prints the current MAC EXAMPLE
macchanger -A eth1 SEE ALSO
ifconfig (8) AUTHOR
Alvaro Lopez Ortega <>. December 1, 2002 MACC(1)

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HP-SEARCH-MAC(1)					User Contributed Perl Documentation					  HP-SEARCH-MAC(1)

hp-search-mac -- HP switch search tool. DESCRIPTION
HP-search-MAC is an util that can query HP switches for their connection table. It then allow you to search for a MAC address and tell you where it is physically connected (best match first). . The functionality is similar to traceroute but on Ethernet level and only for HP switches. USAGE
hp-search-mac [options] [MAC] [...] OPTIONS
hp-search-mac [options] mac [ [options] mac ] [...] options: --dl n Set debug level to n. --help Print this help. --hostname host[=>community] | -h host[=>community] Set a switch name to search. You can also set this in /etc/hp-search-mac.conf or ~/.hp-search-mac.conf. The hash to set is \%switches. Mac: You can use some different formats: ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff (hex) ff-ff-ff-ff-ff-ff (hex) (dec) CONFIGURATION: \%switches: This is a normal perl hash of the form \%switches = ("host" => "community", ...); AUTHOR
Ola Lundqvist <> SEE ALSO
snmp-walk(1) snmp-get(1) hp-search-mac Mon Apr 7 21:21:44 CEST 2008 HP-SEARCH-MAC(1)
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