ARP scanning and fingerprinting tool
Arp-scan is a command-line tool that uses the ARP protocol to discover and fingerprint IP hosts on the local network. It is available under the GPL licence (GPLv3).
This will compile on Linux, BSD, Solaris and Mac OS systems. You will need a C compiler, the "make" utility and the appropriate system header files to compile arp-scan. It uses autoconf and automake, so compilation and installation is the normal ./configure; make; make install process.
If you want an older version of the arp-scan software, you can get it from here. You can also obtain any version of the source code, together with the revision history from the github link above.
The arp-scan wiki is the main source of documentation for arp-scan.
The source distribution includes the man pages arp-scan(1), arp-fingerprint(1), get-oui(1), get-iab(1) and mac-vendor(5), which contains details on the tools and file formats.
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