On the Windows machine, open a Command Prompt window and execute the IPCONFIG command.
Make a note of your IP address for later reference.
On the Windows machine, open a Command Prompt window and execute these commands:
This erases the old ARP entries from the cache. A few entries may remain for multicast networks starting with 224, as shown below.
arp -d *
The attributes of the ARP object named "a" are displayed, as shown below on this page.
scapy a = ARP() a.display()
On the Linux machine, in scapy, enter these commands.
In the first command, enter the IP address of your Windows target machine.
The MAC and IP addresses in the second and third command are intentionally fake--leave them as they are.
The last MAC address is a broadcast address--leave it as it is.
The commands are shown in the figure below on this page.
On the Windows machine, open a Command Prompt window and execute this command:
The fake entry should be visible, with an "Internet Address" of 184.108.40.206 and a "Physical Address" of 11-11-11-11-11-11, as shown below on this page.
Email the image to firstname.lastname@example.org with a Subject line of Proj X13 from Your Name.