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OS 10.4 - Running an arp -a


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Can anyone tell me how to run an arp -a in OS 10.4.7? I understand you go through the terminal window, but once I enter the command it keeps bringing up line after line and I'm trying to track down the physical address for a possible rogue DHCP server.

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Do the following:

arp -a | more

Using the more wil give you one page at a time. You can use the space bar to get another screen or the return/enter key to get one line at a time. Press q to exit out of more.

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