Identify a client on network?

ibrubeer

Occasional Visitor
I have a couple of IP addresses on my network that are not identified in the Client List. All it lists is the IP and MAC addresses. I have tried several MAC Address lookup sites, and they return nothing. The MAC address is: 02:0F:B5:B2:61:60

Does anybody have any ideas for how to identify what this is? It is connected to my 2.4gh wireless.
 

Zirescu

Very Senior Member

ibrubeer

Occasional Visitor
Well, I don't knowingly have one! Not sure how to track this down. Nothing in the house is running Windows 2000...

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martinr

Part of the Furniture
I have a couple of IP addresses on my network that are not identified in the Client List. All it lists is the IP and MAC addresses. I have tried several MAC Address lookup sites, and they return nothing. The MAC address is: 02:0F:B5:B2:61:60

Does anybody have any ideas for how to identify what this is? It is connected to my 2.4gh wireless.

I can't find any vendors allocated the MAC address range 02:0F:B5 when I ran a search through 4 or 5 sites offering MAC address lookups.

One thing you could possibly try is first to reboot the router and see if they are still there. You do have your wireless set to WPA2 encryption don't you?

If they still show, you could turn off ie power down every device including set-top boxes and smart tvs and everything else that might possibly make a wireless connection, reboot the router and check again.
 

Zirescu

Very Senior Member
Could use a tool like LanSpy to see what services that IP address is offering up.
 

Zirescu

Very Senior Member
Yes, that'd work too from a mobile device.
 

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