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TOPIC: Strange MAC Addresses

Re: Strange MAC Addresses 11 years 11 months ago #24191

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A check of the ARP cache on the firewall could identify if it really is an address or something bogus happening.

Also, a ping sweep (arp scan) may help identify a proper host ?
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Re: Strange MAC Addresses 11 years 11 months ago #24197

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Good suggestion on the ARP cache, will have a look
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