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How to Use the ARP Command to Bind the IP and MAC Address?

ISA Server does not provide control functions for the MAC address, Why? This is because the MAC address can only be used in the local network, when data packets across the router, the host in the packet source MAC address of the router the MAC address of the outbound interface instead, this time, use the MAC address The control does not apply. So long as the enterprise-level hardware or software firewall, have basically no control functions of the MAC address.

But Microsoft has also long been take into account this point, in Windows, if you install the TCP/IP network protocol component, then you can execute commands ARP. The ARP command is to look at the machine's ARP cache, static binding of IP address and MAC address and delete the static binding entry. In fact, the intention to bind the IP address and MAC address in order to reduce the ARP broadcast traffic, and only can use this function to control the use of IP addresses. Read more

The Detailed Description Using Cmd NTSD Command

The usage is  that open cmd and enter the following command can end the process:

Method 1: Using the PID of the end of the process
Command format: ntsd -c q -p pid
Examples: ntsd -cq -p 1332 (ending the explorer.exe process with PID 1332)
Detailed example: explorer.exe 'pid is 1332, but how to get process pid it? In the CMD, enter TASKLIST can get all the current task manager process PID (process is not all exploer.exe 1332)

Method 2: Using the end of the process name
Command format: ntsd -c q -pn ***. exe (***. exe name for the process, exe should not be spared)
Examples: ntsd -c q-pn explorer.exe
The other end of the process of DOS commands can also taskkill:
Command format: taskkill / pid 1234 / f (you can achieve the same effect.)

If the above can not satisfy your curiosity, here are:

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