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It's difficult to see with all the 1's in the IP address.
Packets #1 and #2 are probably the ".11" node asking where the ".1" node before sending a ping.

Packet #15 and #16 are ".1" asking where ".11" is in order to send a ping response.
(Guessing that is ping traffic based on the rest of the packets in the list.)

#1: Who has 192.168.1.1? Tell 192.168.1.11
#2: 192.168.1.1. is at 08:00:27:e9:b4:2f

#15 Who has 192.168.1.11? Tell 192.168.1.1
#16: 192.168.1.11 is at 08:00:27:ef:bf:5e


It's difficult to see with all the 1's in the IP address.
Packets #1 and #2 are probably the ".11" node asking where the ".1" node before sending a ping.

Packet #15 and #16 are ".1" asking where ".11" is in order to send a ping response.
(Guessing that is ping traffic based on the rest of the packets in the list.)

#1: Who has 192.168.1.1? Tell 192.168.1.11
#2: 192.168.1.1. is at 08:00:27:e9:b4:2f

#15 Who has 192.168.1.11? Tell 192.168.1.1
#16: 192.168.1.11 is at 08:00:27:ef:bf:5e


If the nodes are on a /24 network the ping traffic is probably going through 192.168.1.1 to reach 192.168.2.21.