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Question by Madan
Submitted on 10/26/2004
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Dear sir/Madam,                                              Oct'25,04

Plz help me with a shell script that runs the command: # arp -van and then saves the output to new files in a particular location, every 1 min..... The file names should be of the order say...img_arp.1,img_arp.2,.....img_arp.n,img_arp.(n+1)....... As far as running it every
1 min...I will add a crontab entry with the file name of the shell script.

   Actually I am facing IP conflicts...so I will try the diff command to
compare two files and hence check which the the mac addresses where IPs
are changed.

Looking forward to your reply and kind help

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