nmap [raspberry pi]

simply install nmap:
sudo apt-get install nmap

install nmap with gui:
sudo apt-get install zenmap

check the ip address of a device in your network if you know the MAC address:
sudo nmap -sP | awk ' /^Nmap/{ ip=$NF }/80:1F/ { print ip }' #80:1F are the first things from the mac-address of my edimax wifi adapter 0-60 means it only searchs the first 60 ips, thats a lot faster than all with 0/24

some other tests for nmap:
sudo nmap -oS -sP NMAP
sudo nmap -sP
nmap -sn
sudo nmap -O

nmap scripts folder:

some more infos:


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