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About getting MAC address

How can I get the MAC address from a remote machine
I mean the other machine is not located in my LAN
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coolray
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jkrCommented:
>>I mean the other machine is not located in my LAN

No way. You cannot get an ethernet address of a machine that is not within your LAN. 'arp' is not routed over network borders.
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coolrayAuthor Commented:
But I saw a software that did carry out this function
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ErwinRichardCommented:
if the remote machine is a windows machine and you have enough rights to access it, you could do this via WMI (windows management interface).
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coolrayAuthor Commented:
I've got an example of this but without source code
See this: http://www.sjedu.net/LanHelper.asp
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