Retrieving the MAC address out of a ERA/DRACIII

Michael Halligan michael.halligan at mypointscorp.com
Sat Mar 5 14:53:01 CST 2005


What I was really looking for was basically a hidden racadm command or
something.. But, I'm just the consumer, I'm sure there's a very logical
reason why Dell wouldn't want to put that functionality into any of it's
interfaces.




On 3/5/05 8:59 AM, "Robert Goley" <ragoley at rdasys.com> wrote:

> New versions of nmap give you the MAC address.  I believe it does it by
> default now.
> 
> Robert
> 
> On Fri, 2005-03-04 at 16:15, Michael Halligan wrote:
>> This has been posted once before, but never received a solution.
>> 
>> How do you find the mac address for a rac card? I need to find the address
>> on about 200 machines, since I'm moving all of my rac from static configs to
>> dhcp, and I'd really rather not have to log into my switches to map mac
>> addresses to ports and hope that everything is plugged in where the network
>> guys say it is.
>> 
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