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How can I test if two people are connected to the same network through an application?
I’d like to know if two people are connected to the same Wi-Fi network, so I can decide whether or not to let them send data on the network. I’ll call this the “Man-in-the-Middle” problem.
I thought about using the mac address of both client devices, but they could be mobile, or be on different subnets.
So now I’m not sure what to do. I could “hardcode” some sort of IP check by getting from one device it’s mac address, then comparing that with the other one, and finally checking if it matches the one I found earlier. But the problem is, when you’re on the same subnet, your mac address is the same. I haven’t implemented this yet, but I don’t know how to do it properly.
I’ve read the Apple Developer Network on Reachability, but it’s not what I’m looking for.
You could do this using the packets that are sent with a failed connection attempt (up to 6 or 8 tries) to the default gateway. Every time a device tries to connect to another device on the internet, it sends something called a packet to the default gateway. (See
The packet has a special field at the beginning of it that says which device it’s being sent to. It contains a pointer to the entry in the routing table that holds the MAC address of the destination, along with a value at the end of the packet that holds the protocol type of the packet (like TCP, UDP, ARP, ICMP, etc). This information is generally not encrypted.
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KIRTLAND, Idaho – A hole in the desert, a hole in the heart and a hole in the ground. A group of searchers are focusing their search for a missing former NFL player, starting with the largest of the two most recent depressions, buried in the ground.
The dirt disappeared beneath two-inch-deep piles of rocks, the wet earth swallowed by a dark black hole.
“I don’t know about the two-inch, but it sure looks real deep,” said Dave McKennan, the chief spokesman for the search effort. “But we know there’s a lot more, it could be five or six feet, because some of those rocks could be loose.”
Jake Locker, a former University of Tennessee quarterback who played briefly in the National Football League for the Seattle Seahawks, was discovered missing from his dirt home in rural Idaho on March 3.
Unlike a pit or quarry, there is no separate area set aside to dig holes or just sign up for a team. McKennan and his group of volunteers worked a patch of dirt up to 20 feet in diameter in Kirtland.
“There’s no membership required,” McKennan said. “We would like to make it as available to as many people as we can. Anyone that we can find who would want to do it.”
The search has expanded to other crews in the next 20 miles of the Boise National Forest.
Volunteers reach the two depressions since the search began on March 16.
The search is being coordinated with local agencies and officials in Wyoming, Utah, Nevada and Arizona, where Locker attended college and started his professional career with the Tennessee Titans.
There have been few clues to finding Locker’s body.
Just 12 hours after McKennan and the search team found Locker’s second hole, another volunteer came forward and said