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#1 logikz

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Posted 03 November 2010 - 08:45 AM

Well my computer direct connected to router. Why does belarc detect

new Network Map (mouse over IP address for physical address) [Back to Top]
IP Device Type Device Details Device Roles
173.16.80.2 Network Device Cisco Linksys
173.16.80.3 Network Device Cisco Linksys
173.16.80.48 Network Device Cisco Linksys
173.16.80.100 Physical Address 00:11:11:**:D0:9F
173.16.80.101 Physical Address 00:**:33:51:F6:60
173.16.80.102 Microsoft Gaming
173.16.80.160 Physical Address 00:C0:A8:8E:**:2A
173.16.80.161 Physical Address 00:22:**:EB:29:7C
173.16.80.162 Physical Address 00:**:F1:6B:1F:34
173.16.80.205 Windows 7 Workstation ****-2 (in $EL#MXX)
173.16.80.219 Physical Address 00:13:**:B5:78:82
173.16.80.220 Network Device Fortinet

It seems like a crazy routing of my IP and I have been having lots of network issues with this router i have.
173.16.80.221 Network Device Netgear

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#2 logikz

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Posted 03 November 2010 - 10:28 AM

IP Device Type Device Details Device Roles
173.16.80.44 Network Device Cisco Linksys
173.16.80.45 Physical Address 00:16:17:AB:A4:BD
173.16.80.46 Physical Address 00:A0:D1:8D:8E:A0
173.16.80.128 Network Device Cisco Linksys
173.16.80.129 System Dell
173.16.80.130 Physical Address 00:1E:90:1D:F3:14
173.16.80.184 Physical Address 00:11:11:30:1E:EC
173.16.80.185 Physical Address 00:0D:09:62:2A:CD
173.16.80.205 Windows 7 Workstation Macbook-2 (in $EL#MXX)

last time it had an apple and another HP computer on it. Seems very odd for a direct connection. cablewire > router > computer

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Posted 03 November 2010 - 10:43 PM

IP Device Type Device Details Device Roles
173.16.80.2 Network Device Cisco Linksys
173.16.80.3 Network Device Cisco Linksys
173.16.80.4 Network Device Cisco Linksys
173.16.80.69 Physical Address 00:16:76:0F:FC:B4
173.16.80.70 System Dell
173.16.80.71 Network Device Netgear
173.16.80.137 Physical Address 00:1B:38:1E:5D:06
173.16.80.138 Network Device Cisco Linksys
173.16.80.205 Windows 7 Workstation Macbook-2335 IIS Web Server
173.16.80.215 System Dell
173.16.80.216 System Dell
173.16.80.217 System Dell

now i turned into an IIS Web Server after windows update ..... wtf?? 4 dells ?




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