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NAME

       netdiscover - an active/passive arp reconnaissance tool.

SYNOPSIS

       netdiscover  [-i  device] [-r range | -l file | -p] [-s time] [-n node]
       [-c count] [-f] [-d] [-S] [-P] [-L]

DESCRIPTION

       netdiscover is an  active/passive  arp  reconnaissance  tool,  initialy
       developed  to  gain  information  about  wireless networks without dhcp
       servers in wardriving scenarios.  It  can  also  be  used  on  switched
       networks.  Built  on top of libnet and libpcap, it can passively detect
       online hosts or search for them by sending arp requests.

       Furthermore, it can be used to inspect your network's arp  traffic,  or
       find network addresses using auto scan mode, which will scan for common
       local networks.

OPTIONS

       -i device
              The network  interface  to  sniff  and  inject  packets.  If  no
              interface is specified, first available will be used.

       -r range
              Scan a given range instead of auto scan. Valid range values area
              for example: 192.168.0.0/24, 192.168.0.0/16 or 192.168.0.0/8.

       -l file
              Scan ranges contained on the given file,  it  must  contain  one
              range per line.

       -p     Enable  passive mode. In passive mode, netdiscover does not send
              anything, but does only sniff.

       -s time
              Sleep given  time  in  milliseconds  between  each  arp  request
              injection. (default 1)

       -c count
              Number  of  times  to send each arp request. Useful for networks
              with packet loss, so it will scan given times for each host.

       -n node
              Last ip octet of the source ip used for scanning. You can change
              it  if  the  default  host is already used. (allowed range: 2 to
              253, default 66)

       -S     Enable sleep time suppression  between  each  request.  If  set,
              netdiscover will sleep after having scanned 255 hosts instead of
              sleeping after each one.  This mode was used in netdiscover  0.3
              beta4  and  before.  Avoid  this  option in networks with packet
              loss, or in wireless  networks  with  low  signal  level.  (also
              called hardcore mode)

       -f     Enable fast mode scan. This will only scan for .1, .100 and .254
              on each network. This mode is usefull while searching for ranges
              being  used.  After you found such range you can make a specific
              range scan to find online boxes.

       -d     Ignore configuration files at home dir, this will  use  defaults
              ranges  and  ips  for  autoscan  and  fast  mode.  See below for
              information about configuration files.

       -P     Produces output suitable to be redirected  into  a  file  or  be
              parsed  by  another  program, instead of using interactive mode.
              Enabling this option, netdiscover will stop after scanning given
              ranges.

       -L     When  using -P, continue program execution after the active scan
              phase to capture ARP packets passively.

USAGE

       If passive mode (-p), scan list (-l) or scan range (-r)  options  arent
       enabled, netdiscover will scan for common lan addresses.

       Screen control keys

       h      Show help screen

       j      Scroll down (or down arrow)

       k      Scroll up (or up arrow)

       a      Show arp replys list

       r      Show arp requests list

       q      Close help screen or end application

CONFIG FILES

       There  are  2  configuration files that netdiscover will look for, each
       time it is executed, if file doesnt exist it will use  default  values.
       You  can use the -d switch to disable reading and loading configuration
       files.

       ~/.netdiscover/ranges
              This file contains a list of ranges (one per line) used for auto
              scan mode instead of default ranges. By default netdiscover will
              use a list of common ranges used on local networks.

              Example:
               192.168.21.0/24
               172.26.0.0/16
               10.0.0.0/8

       ~/.netdiscover/fastips
              List contaning the last octect of the ips to be scanned on  each
              subnet, when using fast mode, by default (1,100,154).

              Example:
               1
               10
               25
               254

AUTHOR

       netdiscover was written by Jaime Penalba Estebanez.

       This  manual  page  was  originaly  written by Nicolas Weyland, for the
       Debian project. This man page has been merged into netdiscover project,
       and modified from the original.