MAC 81:58:68:fa:81:58 - Ignore it
Laurentiu-Sorin.Paun at imag.fr
Mon May 3 11:52:38 EDT 2004
Please ignore the message, it was just a C programming mistake.
Sorin PAUN wrote:
> Dear all,
> Have you ever heard about this strange MAC address: 81:58:68:fa:81:58 ?
> I'm working on buffering packets for a station on the new AP it will
> connect to,using some facilities of ARP, and just trying to see how it
> works without the buffers, I see:
> A distant host sends UDP packets to the station via the new AP, which
> operate as a router, 50ms before the station get associated. On the
> router I see packets go the wlan0 interface immediately, not sent to the
> real MAC address of the client, but to 81:58:68:fa:81:58 (captured with
> tcpdumpðereal on wlan0 interface). This MAC is independent to the
> real MAC address of the client, I tried more clients.
> Also, I found packets sent
> And surprize, the client ge these packets 50ms later, the packets being
> addressed to the MAC 81:58:68:fa:81:58 too...
> Ph.D. candidate, IMAG Grenoble, France.
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