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2020-08-27 05:39:58 +0000 commented question Why are all remote MAC addresses HonHaiPr_85:c9:be (94:39:e5:85:c9:be)

The Netgear wireless gateway is set to 10.0.0.1, my workstation is 10.0.0.4 or 10.0.0,3; depending on which OS I've boot

2020-08-27 05:35:19 +0000 commented answer Why are all remote MAC addresses HonHaiPr_85:c9:be (94:39:e5:85:c9:be)

I've a Linux workstation going wireless to a Netgear router, it is connected to a Charter Cable modem. Here's the comple

2020-08-27 05:33:31 +0000 commented answer Why are all remote MAC addresses HonHaiPr_85:c9:be (94:39:e5:85:c9:be)

Thank you. I thought Wireshark was supposed to pick up the remote host's MAC address. This is the complete information

2020-08-26 07:15:49 +0000 commented answer Why are all remote MAC addresses HonHaiPr_85:c9:be (94:39:e5:85:c9:be)

I see my Netgear router, that's on my end. The remote MAC seems to be coming back all the same. Do you think that mayb

2020-08-26 06:45:33 +0000 asked a question Why are all remote MAC addresses HonHaiPr_85:c9:be (94:39:e5:85:c9:be)

Why are all remote MAC addresses HonHaiPr_85:c9:be (94:39:e5:85:c9:be) When I check packets from many addresses and I lo