Scan wireless to see who is connected

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  1. jtrainor56 macrumors regular

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    I am looking for an application that will let me scan my wireless network and list all devices connected along with the device name, IP address and MAC address. I have been using CCGetMAC for Windows for years and it does everything I need. I am now looking for something that works on my iMac. The attached image is what I am looking to do. I have a dozen wireless devices connected and it's hard to keep track at times. The only device on Ethernet is my iMac and it's connected to a 1gig router. Thanks for any help ~ Joe.
     

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  2. phoenixsan macrumors 65816

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    Two products.....

    come to my mind about scanning MAC addresses in a network: IP Scanner and MAC Address Scan. Maybe worth a look.

    :):apple:
     
  3. Pharmscott macrumors 6502a

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    Can't you just log into your router and see this info without an additional program (or expense)? I can on my Linksys and I've seen this on other routers.
     
  4. jtrainor56 thread starter macrumors regular

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    Thanks Pharmscott, didn't even think of that.... found what I needed.
     
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  6. terrymaz macrumors regular

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    there is an ios app called fing that is free which also does that.
     
  7. Pharmscott macrumors 6502a

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    It's a pleasure to help!
     
  8. mactumors macrumors 6502

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    Network Utility

    Applications > Utilities > Network Utility
    Comes on every Mac.

    Open it up, click the Netstat tab, and select "display routing table".
     
  9. Ccrew macrumors 68020

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    That only shows you the local machine. He's looking for all the devices on his local subnet.
     

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