I have two PCs connected over a DLSW dynamic peer (or any old peer). The MAC address of the IBM-PC is 00-01-03-86-04-34
(but in the DLSW reachability command it is reported as 0080.c061.202c) and the compaq-laptop MAC address is 00-10-a4-00-65-c1 (again, the DLSW reachability command reports it as 0008.2500.a683)
Can anyone explain why this is? The DLSW peers are peering off a loopback address off each router but loopbacks do not have MACs do they? If so, I cant find these two MAC addresses that the DLSW command is reporting.
Many thx indeed.
rtr3>sh dlsw rea
DLSw Local MAC address reachability cache list
Mac Addr status Loc. port rif
0080.c061.202c FOUND LOCAL TBridge-0DD --no rif--
DLSw Remote MAC address reachability cache list
Mac Addr status Loc. peer
0008.2500.a683 FOUND REMOTE 126.96.36.199(2065) max-lf(1500)
DLSw Local NetBIOS Name reachability cache list
NetBIOS Name status Loc. port rif
IBM-LAPTOP FOUND LOCAL TBridge-0DD --no rif--
DLSw Remote NetBIOS Name reachability cache list
NetBIOS Name status Loc. peer
COMPAQ-LAPTOP FOUND REMOTE 188.8.131.52(2065) max-lf(1500)
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