NAME Win32::NBTStat - object-oriented wrapper around the Windows "nbtstat" command. SYNOPSIS use Win32::NBTStat; $foo = new Win32::NBTStat( ip => '10.0.0.42' ); print "MAC address: ", $foo->mac, "\n"; print "Computer name: ", $foo->computername, "\n"; print "Domain or workgroup: ", $foo->domain, "\n"; print "Logged in user: ", $foo->username, "\n"; print "NetBIOS table analysis: \n", $foo->FormatTable; DESCRIPTION An object-oriented wrapper around the Windows "nbtstat" command. Given an IP address or computer name, this class will run the nbtstat command and analyze the results to determine various useful information about the target machine. The main use for this thing is for portscanning your own LAN. AUTHOR Jeff Robertson <firstname.lastname@example.org> COPYRIGHT Copyright (c) 2001 Jeff Robertson. All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. REFERENCE METHODS new Constructs a new instance. The system is looked up either by its name or its IP address, depending on the parameters. new Win32::NBTStat( ip => '10.0.0.42' ); looks up the machine using the supplied IP address. new Win32::NBTStat( name => 'foobox' ); looks up the machine by name, presumably using WINS. computername Returns the NetBIOS computer name (not neccessarily the DNS name) of the target machine, if found. domain Returns the Windows Workgroup or NT Domain of the target machine, if found. username Returns the Windows username of the user who is currently logged into the target machine, if the machine was found and anyone is logged in. mac Returns the MAC address of the target machine, if found. Will probably not be available or meaningful if the target machine is not directly connected to the same network as yours. table Returns a parsed version of the target machines NetBIOS table, if found. The table is an referece to an array-of-arrays. Each "row" of the table is an array containing the following items: 0. A registered NetBIOS name string. 1. The 2-digit hex suffix that is used to indicate what the name is for. 2. A type that identifies the name as 'UNIQUE' or 'GROUP'. 3. A guess about which NT service probably registered the name. 4. A guess about what the name represents. FormatTable Formats the information returned by table() as a printable string.