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mactelnet - A tool for telneting via MAC addresses
mactelnet [options] <MAC-Address|hostname>
This tool enables you to telnet other RouterOS or MAC-Telnetd enabled devices. You can
connect to either a hostname or a MAC address. If specified, the hostname (identity) will
be looked up via MNDP discovery.
These programs follow the usual GNU command line syntax. A summary of options is included
-l This will discover RouterOS or MAC-Telnetd enabled devices. It will list the MAC-
address software version, and uptime of every device or machine it discovers. To
exit the discovery, use Control + C
-n Do not use broadcast packets. A tad less insecure but requires root privileges.
This means that ethernet packets will have the specified mac-address as the packet
destination, instead of using the ethernet broadcast address.
-t Amount of seconds to wait for a response on each interface. If you have several
network interfaces, this is the timeout value per interface.
-u Specify username. Without this option, you will need to enter the username in a
-p Specify password. Without this option, you will need to enter the password in a
-a Specify the path of the autologin configuration file. The default path for this
file is ~/.mactelnet. The format for this file is standard INI file layout.
-A Do not use the autologin configuration file. Interactively ask for username and
-h Show summary of options.
-v Show version of program.
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