When siffing my IP network I came accross Xerox-000000 producing a good bit of traffic. The sniffer did not pick up any more info on this. I have checked all the xerox printers and only IP is configured. Has anyone came accross this address before?
The funny thing is that the sniffer only shows the above address and how may packets it's sending, no destination info. I have checked all Xerox devices for IPX etc and found one or two, but I have disabled IPX. Only IP configured on Xerox devices. See attachement 3 device down.
Please adjust your sniffer. The report that is shown gives you the host that source the most traffic, with the Xerox appearently in 2nd place. You need to get a packet trace report. This gives you the source and dest for packets on the network.
Please also check the way in which the sniffer is connected to the network. When you have a switched network, and the sniffer is plugged in to a random port, you will only observe broadcast, multicast and unknown traffic. You will definitely NOT see all traffic on the network due to the nature of a switch. That is: Unicast traffic will be directly switched from source to destination port. (and hence not show up on the monitored interface)
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