We're seeing some suspicious network activity, and when I was trying to see if it was one particular server of ours I ran a Wireshark trace. I noted a lot of ARP packets asking who has x.x.x.x, but ...
My subnet is 10.162.0.0/16. We have a router with a couple of interfaces. Gateway for my subnet is 10.162.0.1. The router is situated in another building and I haven't direct access to it. Line from ...
Our subnet is connected with other subnets with router. Using wireshark I see some arp requests coming to ip addresses of our subnet from the router. Such as Broadcast ARP 60 Who has ...
I hope the question is clear and that this is correct place to post the question. My router is broadcasting the same ARP frame over and over (once every second). It's probably not a big deal, but I ...
I have just started to learn about protocols. While studying the packets in wireshark, I came across a ARP request sent by my machine to my own IP. Here is the details of the packet : No. Time ...
In wireshark, after capturing some arp packets, what is the significance of all 1's in the destination field. of an Ethernet II frame?