Anybody have any good tricks for tracing these down . currently have someone who has apparently brought in one those nice home routers and is handing out addresses in the 192.168.X.X space. The setup is we have a 6509 doing the routing down to trunked access layer switches , this one vlan goes to multiple boxes . Any tricks to hunting this down short of installing a sniffer ??
My experience is that many of these devices use the 192.168.x.1 (or maybe 192.168.x.254) addresses. Try pinging to that address. Then show ARP and see if there is a MAC address associated with that address. Then look through the layer 2 forwarding table (cam or mac-address depending on the switch type) to track it down.
Thanks Rick , think I found a good way which is almost what you said . On the user station have them do a ipconfig /all , this will give the address and default gateway that the rogue server handed out . Then from the DOS prompt ping the default-gatewAy address and this will put the address into the nic card arp cache . Then from the DOS prompt do a "arp -a " and this will give you the default gateway (rogue mac) and then just trace it down to the correct switch and port .
It sounds like it should work and be slightly more reliable than what I suggested. The major assumption in your approach is that the default gateway is the rogue server. Not necessarily a good assumption for DHCP in general, but probably a safe assumption for the kind of home router that is probably causing this (and at least as safe as my assumption that addresses were probably .1 or .254).
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