Find the vendor for a given MAC address
Mac Vendor Lookup
This library provides an easy way to get vendor information from a MAC address. It downloads a local copy of the IEEE's OUI prefix list. It has an asynchronous interface using Python 3's asyncio as well as a regular synchronous interface for old-school usage.
from mac_vendor_lookup import MacLookup print(MacLookup().lookup("00:80:41:12:FE"))
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Pre-load the vendor list
The list of MAC vendors is currently about 4MB large. By default a lazy-loading mechanism is used, that loads the list when it's needed. If it is clear that the list is needed and a wait time during the query is not desired, the list can also be loaded when the program is started:
from mac_vendor_lookup import MacLookup mac = MacLookup() mac.load_vendors() # <- This can take a few seconds for the first download def find_mac(mac_address): print(mac.lookup(mac_address)) # <- this will only take a few µs!
There is also an asynchronous interface available:
from mac_vendor_lookup import AsyncMacLookup async def main(): mac = AsyncMacLookup() print(await mac.lookup("98:ED:5C:FF:EE:01"))
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Command line interface
This library provides a rudimentary command line interface:
$ mac_vendor_lookup 50-D3-7F-00-01-00 Yu Fly Mikly Way Science and Technology Co., Ltd. $ python3 -m mac_vendor_lookup 00:26:12:12:FE Space Exploration Technologies
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