Fing in linux – Get a complete picture of your network

Download fing .deb package from here.
Install it with dpkg:

dpkg -i /path/to/overlook-fing-x.x.deb

Run it:

fing

Output example:

root@bt:~# fing 
23:45:52 > Discovery profile: Default discovery profile
23:45:52 > Discovery class:   data-link (data-link layer)
23:45:52 > Discovery on:      192.168.1.0/24
 
23:45:52 > Discovery round starting.
23:45:52 > Host is up:   192.168.1.126
           HW Address:   01:00:22:63:78:62 (CADMUS COMPUTER SYSTEMS)
 
23:45:52 > Host is up:   192.168.1.4
           HW Address:   BA:00:03:00:1A:24 (DIGITAL EQUIPMENT)
 
23:45:53 > Host is up:   192.168.1.10
           HW Address:   01:9B:25:06:22:22 (Vixen)
           Hostname:     router
 
23:45:53 > Discovery progress 25%
23:45:55 > Discovery progress 50%
23:45:55 > Discovery progress 75%
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| State | Host                              | MAC Address       | Last change |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  UP   | 192.168.1.4                       | BA:00:03:00:1A:24 |             |
|  UP   | 192.168.1.10                      | 01:9B:25:06:22:22 |             |
|  UP   | 192.168.1.126                     | 01:00:22:63:78:62 |             |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
23:45:57 > Discovery round completed in 4.830 seconds.
23:45:57 > Network 192.168.1.0/24 has 3/3 hosts up.
 
23:45:57 > Next round starting at 23:46:52. Press Ctrl^C to exit.

see also: network map in windows with fing

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