Is there a way to get IP/Host name given the MAC address?

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> Hi,
> 
> Does anybody know's a way to get a Host name
> If I have a Mac address both in pc and sun?
> (it's the same as RARP but I don't know how to do it using command line )
> 
> THX
>  
> 

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tzahit
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1. SUN without DNS:   arp -a

2. SUN with DNS: arp -a; nslookup hostname

For Example:

% arp -a | grep '00:55:'

Net to Media Table
Device   IP Address               Mask      Flags   Phys Addr
------ -------------------- --------------- ----- ---------------
hme0   notsoolate.foo.com   255.255.255.255       00:55:ab:78:89:cd
hme0   tiger                255.255.255.255       00:55:af:78:89:gh

% nslookup tiger
Server:  dnslion.foo.com
Address:  192.168.0.254

Name:    tiger.foo.com


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3. PC (WIN9X):  winipcfg, then click on the "adapters" pull down menu,
                          and select the Ethernet card.  If the information
                          is not enough, click on details.


4. PC (Others)  ipconfig {/all}



Try help on ipconfig and ifconfig



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