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In one of my ESXi host we have found the alert mentioning the NFS IP Conflict and it points the specific MAC address as the owner . I was looking to find the HostIP which is causing the conflict and found some various options to find the results from both the ESXi VM level and hope it will be useful to share the information..

Method 1 – Simple commands

First by using the below command and it will search all the VMFS datastores and give the result with the appropriate VMX which is very useful to find the MAC of any VM vnic.( Below command is from the Reference Link )

find /vmfs/volumes grep .vmx$ while read i; do grep -i “00:50:**:**:**:**” “$i” && echo “$i”; done

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If it couldn’t get the result then it will give the empty message..

Other Options :

Display the list of known network neighbors in the ARP and ND cache for all VMkernel network interfaces using one of the command

Next if we want to list the Mac of the VMKNIC then we can use the below command

esxcli network ip neighbor list

By using the VMware debug mode we can try the below command

vmware -l

To Determine the MAC address of an ESX Hosts administration interface.

# ifconfig grep -i hw

The output appears similar to:

vswif0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:50:56:41:5A:59

The MAC address is found in the first line after HWaddr. In this example, the MAC address is 00:50:56:41:5a:59.

Note: The ESX host uses self-generated addresses starting with 00:50:56 (as opposed to the burned-in address of the interface itself).

Alternatively, review the outputted information and MAC addresses from the command esxcfg-nics -l.

Method -2 – DHCP Server

Another way to find the Mac address is from the DHCP Server , Go to the Scope – Address Lease , It will list all the IPs with the Mac address but it will help only for the DHCP IPs and not for the static address .

Method-3 – ARP

Next step is to try the ARP command which will give the list of recently resolved IP addresses to MAC address mapping from the ARP cache.

To populate the ARP table, ping a broadcast IP address to get a reply back from all hosts listening on the same subnet.

For example :ping

To list the ARP table, run the command:

arp -a

Have a try on both from the ESX and the Vcenter so that we can get more chances to find the IP..

Method 4 – find the manufacturer.

If you suspect the MAC is from any hardware like printer then we can try the below link to find the manufacturer.

Method – 5 How to find the MAC of the ESXi servers using the PowerCLI.

Pls see the below reference link for the info of the script and I just copied the main content of the script here..

Get-VMHostNetworkAdapter `

The Get-VmMacAddress function use the function to find the MAC of the VM using the powerCLI.

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Method -6Free Tools

Lot of free tools are available in the internet like IP Scanner but the tool have to scan the entire network ..


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SciresM released this Jan 3, 2020 · 751 commits to master since this release

0.10.2 is Atmosphère's twenty-fifth official release.

fusee-primary was last updated in: 0.10.2.

With thanks to the @switchbrew team, Atmosphère 0.10.2 is bundled with hbl 2.3, and hbmenu 3.2.0.

The following was changed since the last release:

  • hbl configuration was made more flexible.
    • Up to eight specific program ids can now be specified to have their own override keys.
    • This allows designating both the album applet and a specific game as hbl by default as desired.
    • Configuration targeting a specific program is now mutually exclusive with override-any-app for that program.
      • This fixes unintuitive behavior when override key differed for an application specific program.
  • Loader's external content fileystem support was fixed (thanks @misson20000!).
  • KernelLdr was reimplemented.
    • This is the first step towards developing mesosphere, Atmosphere's planned reimplementation of the Switch's Kernel.
    • The typical user won't notice anything different, as there are no extensions, but a lot of groundwork was laid for future development.
  • Improvements were made to the way Atmosphere's buildsystem detects source code files.
    • This significantly reduces compilation time (saving >30 seconds) on the machine that builds official releases.
  • Certain device code was cleaned up and made more correct in fusee/sept/exosphere (thanks @hexkyz!).
  • A number of changes were made to the way fs.mitm builds images when providing a layeredfs romfs.
    • Some games (Resident Evil 6, Football Manager 2020 Touch, possibly others) have enormous numbers of files.
    • Attempting to create a layeredfs mod for these games actually caused fs.mitm to run out of memory, causing a fatal error.
    • The code that creates these images was changed to be significantly more memory efficient.
    • However, these changes also cause a significant slowdown in the romfs building code (~2-5x).
    • This introduced a noticeable stutter when launching a game, because the UI thread would block on the romfs creation.
    • To solve this, fs.mitm now lazily initializes the image in a background thread.
    • This fixes stutter issues, however some games may be slightly slower (~1-2s in the worst cases) to transition from the 'loading' GIF to gameplay now.
      • Please note: the slowdown is not noticeable in the common case where games don't have tons of files (typical is ~0.1-0.2 seconds).
      • Once the image has been built, there is no further speed penalty at runtime -- only when the game is launched.
  • A number of other bugs were fixed, including:
    • Several minor logic inversions that could have caused fatal errors when modding games.
    • Atmosphere's new-ipc code did not handle 'automatic' recvlist buffers correctly, so some non-libnx homebrew could crash.
    • fs.mitm now correctly mitms sdb, which makes redirection of certain system data archives work again.
      • In 0.10.0/0.10.1, changing the system font/language did not work correctly due to this.
    • A bug was fixed in process cleanup that caused the system to hang on < 5.0.0.
  • The temporary hid-mitm added in Atmosphere 0.9.0 was disabled by default.
    • Please ensure your homebrew is updated.
    • For now, users may re-enable this mitm by use of a custom setting (atmosphere!enable_deprecated_hid_mitm) to ease the transition process some.
      • As usual, edit the atmosphere section of /atmosphere/config/system_settings.ini if you wish to do so.
    • Please note: support for this setting may be removed to save memory in a future atmosphere release.
  • General system stability improvements to enhance the user's experience.

For information on the featureset supported by 0.10.0, please see the official release notes.

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