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How is this possible? 8 years 1 month ago #35481

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Recently i had an internet problem and after contacting my ISP to fix the issue: the tech talkin to me asked that i allow him to access my cisco 2801 so i allowed him to telnet but with a limited privilege, how did he know the ip address of my PC and it wasnt using dhcp? While logged in to my router, he asked me if i was using ip add 192.168.1.200 which was exactly what my PC was using! He freaked me out!
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... 8 years 1 month ago #35485

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I might put it down as a wild card guess.
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Re: How is this possible? 8 years 1 month ago #35486

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He could have checked the ARP table on your 2801. using show arp command
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