MAC Address Resolver

    MAC Address Resolving is the process of determining the IP address associated with a given MAC address, essential for network troubleshooting and management tasks. Resolving MAC addresses from IP addresses is made effortless with specialized tools designed to swiftly identify and display the MAC address linked to a specific IP address, simplifying network administration tasks.

    MAC Address Resolver helps network admins easily identify, track ,and inspect the network aspects of a network address. A MAC address resolver is a vital tool that translates MAC addresses to their corresponding IP addresses, facilitating seamless communication across networks.

    MAC Address Resolver IP tool is one of the IP address monitoring tools of OpUtils software that fetches the MAC Address for any SNMP-enabled node, based on the IP Address. The tool also discovers the physical address of a device and maps it with the corresponding IP address. When seeking the best MAC address resolver, prioritizing features like speed, compatibility, and ease of use is crucial for optimal network maintenance.

    Resolve MAC Address from IP Address Tool

    1. Click the Toolset tab.

    2. Choose MAC Address Resolver available under the Address Monitoring category.  

    3. You have an option to resolve either a MAC from an IP or an IP from MAC. Select the required tab.

    4. Based on the selected tab, enter the IP Address/Host Name of the device and the SNMP Community string or the MAC Address.

    5. Click the Resolve button.

    6. Check the results.

      OpUtils' resolves the MAC address to IP address or vice versa by automatically scanning the network address space. Once the process of resolving MAC address to IP  address is complete, the MAC Address Resolver tool displays the scanned results to the network admin. The results include the MAC Address Status, SNMP Status, IP Address, DNS Name, MAC Address, Network Interface Card Type (NIC Type), the Port where the resource is connected, the System Object ID, System Name, System Type, and System Description.


    Windows OS Users: Non SNMP- enabled nodes will not be resolved if the Server is running in Windows and the input provided is a Windows IP. To resolve the issue, ensure the IP is SNMP enabled.