[ltp] automatic network probing
Sat, 22 Nov 2003 22:14:14 -0800
>> On Sat, 22 Nov 2003 02:29:09 -0800 (PST), "Robert Hajime Lanning"
>> <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> <quote who="Rob Walker">
>> I would think that one MAC address other than your own would be
>> enough data to make a match. The other alternayive is that your
>> personal Secret Service Agent got plugged in at work or at home
>> before you did. :-)
> Yup, one would think that, but, how many people plug into just a
> single subnet at work, and a single subnet at home?
> At home I have 8 VLANs (two of them I actually plug into, one wired
> and one wireless)
My statement still stands, even if I was not quite as clear as I could
have been. I meant to say something like the following: If you read
the network interface(s), and find one (and only one needed) MAC which
you can correlate to a certain network, you are finished. No?
> At work, it depends on which building I am visiting.
Same goes here, no? Find a single match, game over. Especially when
you have the MAC addresses for the routers and switches handy to look