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Viewed 75k times. Gurzo 5 5 silver badges 17 17 bronze badges. Sean Sean 2 2 gold badges 3 3 silver badges 5 5 bronze badges. I'm not sure this is an IT Security question. Could you add more details?
The MAC address itself could be useful. What is it about the MAC address that makes it seem "weird"? I say that because I've never seen the mac address before. Its not in itself strange.
I have a lot of devices connected so I would just like to figure out a way to get more info. Maybe nmap or netstat or something could help?
Just check all your devices? Failing that, try forcing it off the network and see if anything breaks Using these options, you can decode the frame header yourself, manually, with nothing hidden from view. Learn more about Teams.
Ask Question. Asked 9 months ago. Active 8 months ago. Viewed 1k times. Howerver, in macOS, my tcpdump version is : tcpdump: option requires an argument -- V tcpdump version tcpdump version 4. Added for OP since he doesn't have reputation, I think An example of the hex output is: David Hoelzer Gary Allen Gary Allen 33 8 8 bronze badges. David Hoelzer David Hoelzer Thank you so much, David. However, if I don't use the "-i any" option, how can I capture the traffic of all interfaces?
That's a great topic for another question. Alternatively, you would need to run tcpdump on every interface independently.