CCGetMAC - Get MAC Address Tool

Find MAC Address and Get MAC Address Tool

CCGetMAC is a handy tool for finding MAC address and computer name from IP address.

You can use it to find MAC address, computer name and IP address of a computer on LAN even out of your LAN range.

Network administrator can use this handy tool to lookup mac address of each computer on the LAN. Can find out who change his IP or mac address for spoofing.

you can download CCGetMAC application to monitor your networks.

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CCGetMAC is based on Microsoft Netbios technology.

If you want to seach a computer's ethernet mac address, you just need to know his computer name or computer ip. That's to say, CCGetMAC can resolve mac address from IP or computer name. Vice versa, you can find ip address from mac address. CCGetMAC also can be used to Wake On LAN. You can use it wake up any computer on your LAN remotely.

CCGetMAC Features

  • Supports scanning host machine's Status, IP, MAC, CPU, RAM Size, Shared Folder, System Version, Network Card Type and Network Card Vendor.
  • Supports using either of IP address or MAC address to get other one's information between them, and it is easy to locate one host machine.
  • Supports auto scanning as long as you set an interval time.
  • Supports adding the network segments to the Favorites, and then renaming, deleting or adding them.
  • Supports deleting and copying the scanned results, and saving or exporting them with TXT file.
  • Supports remote wakening the remote host if its motherboard supports Wake on LAN.
  • Supports opening the remote host via web and remote desktop.
  • Supports scanning and obtaining the host machine's information via netbios, arp and wmi.
  • Supports using multiple languages.
  • Supports auto upgrading to a new version.
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WOL (Wake On LAN)


We provide MAC address and wake on lan related software,
program and solutions for networks admin and program developer.

This feature is very similar as WOM (Zero Voltage Wake On Modem), but it goes through local area network. To use Wake On LAN function, you must have a network card with chipset that supports this feature, and connect a cable from LAN card to motherboard WOL connector.
The system identification information (probably IP address) is stored on network card and because there is a lot of traffic on the Ethernet. Note that, at least 600mA ATX standby current is required to support the LAN card for this function.