From a switch that the device is plugged directly into (otherwise you’ll get the MAC of the next hop) first ping the IP address to ensure it’s in your ARP cache, then view the ARP cache, like so
show ip arp | i 192.168.1.1
The pipe i just ensures you only see the info you’re after. If you’re doing this on a switch with many devices it’s handy to pear it down to just what you need.
So, technically I’m now a published author, albeit self published. As part of a project I’ve embarked on I’ve made a photographic journal ebook and published it in the following places
Google Play Books | Kobo | Issuu | Scribd
Its been a very interesting project so far for a lot of different reasons. Its forced me to learn InDesign for starters, but has also made me think about narrative, graphic design, layouts and the constraints on then and how they change the feel of the content.
It’s also made me revisit processing choices made when I originally processed the photos. And also realise that I have changed the way I process photos massively, and for the better I feel. I’ve also had to learn using Lightroom’s soft proofing and proof copies.
I’ve also had to learn about self publishing ISBNs and each publishing platforms nuances. By far the easiest to publish to was Google Play Books.
An enjoyable process and now I’m in a position I can produce these quicker, but a lot of the design decisions will change from theme to theme of each eBook.
At the end of November I posted a solution to an error with logging in to Spotify clearly it was an answer a lot of people needed answered as my hits for this site have leaped massively.
I’m glad that I’m helping folk out by sharing these solutions that I find.
Mikedixson.com was migrated to a new server by my web host, who normally I’d sing the praises off. Sadly this time the migration was handled badly and an old copy of data migrated leading to many recent posts and pages appearing as missing.
Service as normal seems to have been resumed now. My apologies if you were unable to get to any useful posts in the meantime.
After seeing this LifeHacker article I popped the text from my CV into http://tagcrowd.com/ to see how my CV shaped up.
As I’m looking to move into management for such roles as Network Manager I’m quite pleased at how this tag cloud shapes up.
I definitely suggest that every gives this a go.