MR42 AP Sees its own MAC Spoofing Itself

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MR42 AP Sees its own MAC Spoofing Itself

AP spoof52 minutes ago7 days agoe0:cb:bc:90:3d:fc (7 dB)E0:CB:BC:90:3D:FC

 

Any idea why an MR would see itself as an AP spoofer?

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xMerakian
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That is because the Spoofer is spoofing the MAC of this AP. The spoofing lists the devices that are seeing the spoofed traffic in the network. Use some sort of a wireless monitoring tool to track the signal strength of that spoofing device to get closer and find it.

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xMerakian
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That is because the Spoofer is spoofing the MAC of this AP. The spoofing lists the devices that are seeing the spoofed traffic in the network. Use some sort of a wireless monitoring tool to track the signal strength of that spoofing device to get closer and find it.

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