MR52 Packet Flood

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MR52 Packet Flood

Below are packet floods from 3 MAC addresses. 

Is this something malicious besides the slow network?

Jul 9 01:09:25 AP / client flood
radio: 1, state: end, alarm_id: 14917  more »
Jul 9 01:09:19 AP / client flood
packet: beacon, radio: 1, bssid: DE:CB:AC:51:90:B6  « hide
dstFF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF
channel36
statestart
alarm_id14917
dos_count2500
inter_arrival2
Jul 9 01:08:25 AP / client flood
radio: 1, state: end, alarm_id: 14916  « hide
reasontimer_expired
Jul 9 01:08:18 AP / client flood
packet: beacon, radio: 1, bssid: EA:CB:AC:51:90:B6  more »
Jul 9 01:07:25 AP / client flood
radio: 1, state: end, alarm_id: 14915  more »
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
Jul 8 23:30:06 AP / client flood
radio: 1, state: end, alarm_id: 14911  more »
Jul 8 23:30:05 AP / client flood
packet: beacon, radio: 1, bssid: 28:24:FF:7A:8E:A2  « hide
dstFF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF
channel36
statestart
alarm_id14911
dos_count2500
inter_arrival2
Jul 8 23:25:26 Single device packet flood
radio: 1, state: end, alarm_id: 14910  more »
Jul 8 23:25:24 Single device packet flood
packet: probe_resp, device: DE:CB:AC:51:FB:22, radio: 1  more »
Jul 8 22:55:46 AP / client flood
radio: 1, state: end, alarm_id: 14909  more »
Jul 8 22:55:41 AP / client flood
packet: beacon, radio: 1, bssid: 28:24:FF:7A:8E:A2  more »
Jul 8 22:51:26 AP / client flood
radio: 1, state: end, alarm_id: 14908  more »
Jul 8 22:51:25 AP / client flood
packet: beacon, radio: 1, bssid: 40:01:7A:CC:3B:9E  « hide
dstFF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF
channel36
statestart
alarm_id14908
dos_count2500
inter_arrival2
Jul 8 22:43:56 Single device packet flood
radio: 1, state: end, alarm_id: 14907  more »
Jul 8 22:43:49 Single device packet flood
packet: probe_resp, device: 28:24:FF:7A:8E:A2, radio: 1  more »

 

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PhilipDAth
Kind of a big deal

You would need to find out what those clients are to gauge if it is malicious.  If it has only happened a small number of times I would not worry about it.  If it is ongoing you should track down the clients and figure out what is causing it.

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