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If you're looking at MAC addresses, iptraf is just showing the originating
MAC address on that particular segment you're monitoring. Right now the
only way to view the originating MAC addresses is to put your monitoring
station on the actual segment containing the origin.
On Tue, 16 Apr 2002, Angelica Delgado wrote:
> Hi there:
> iptraf shows ethernet of the router port for those
> packets which are coming through a router. Is there
> anyway of knowing the ethernet of the real source
> that is behind a router? We take care of multiple
> routers which terminate into a switch before hitting
> the main router. That is why we are analyzing the
> traffic on the WAN side of the routers rather than the
> LAN side.
> Thanks in advance for your help.
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