2006/7/8, Guenther Fuchs <email@example.com>:
> So you meant to discover, on which machine you reside, when not having
> main host access but knowing some of their details, right?
> BF> Now, I tried following approach:
> BF> pinging localhost gives me 0.0 ms times
> BF> pinging SERVER1 gives me 0.0 ms times
> BF> pinging SERVER2 gives me times form 0.1 to 0.4...
> BF> Is it correct if I assume (without any definite certainty) that my
> BF> VServer resides on SERVER1?
> This assumption looks correct to me, although it's not certain. Look
> into ARP tables and MAC adresses for more certainity.
Well, looking at ARP tables I can't get anything about the "real" IPs
of the hosts. Is it correct, when I assume that *all* the IPs bound to
the real interface have THE SAME MAC Address? If yes, is there any way
to get the MAC address from "outside"?
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Received on Sat Jul 8 13:12:30 2006