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Salvatore Terress wrote:
Thanks, as long as the entry is characters , not numbers, it makes sense.

Why would they not be characters? You seem to be reading input from another command, so it should always be characters.

Salvatore Terress wrote:
Since the MAC address "hex numbers" is capitals I do not need [a-f ].

That depends. Can you guarantee that you'll always get upper case hex digits? Under linux, the arp commands uses lower case letters for the MAC address. Others might as well

Salvatore Terress wrote:
You have a good point - I'll try to delete [:] - in theory it should work.

It should. But as noted above, it would depend on where you're getting your input from. Under Windows, if you run ipconfig /all you get the Mac address separated by dashes e.g. "00-4B-35-30-35-34", so you may need to allow for that too.
Keep Calm and Carry On

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