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> [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Beni
> Sent: Tuesday, 5 December 2006 7:19 AM
> To: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
> Subject: finding out what devices got an ip from the dhcp ?
> Hi all,
> Is there an easy and fast way to find out what computers got 
> an ip from the 
> dhcp daemon running on my Linksys WAG54G ?
> I know I can log onto the adsl gateway and check it via the 
> webinterface and 
> see in realtime how many addresses are distributed to what 
> pc-names, but 
> there i have no history and i was hoping there were other 
> ways of checking 
> this out. 
> I'm not at all paranoid but i would like to check who's on my 
> (wpa-protected) 
> wireless lan...
> Thanks for any tips/hints.
> Beni.

Does the wifi AP provide for MAC tables?  ie you set up the permissible 
MAC addresses that can connect to the wifi AP.... 

Then only valid MAC listed NICs can get an address from the dhcp server 
in the wifi access point.

While not perfect it certainly 'Makes It Harder' for the 
opportunistic wardrivers to connect as their NIC isnt
'known' in the wifi MAC table.

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