Unknown MAC addresses in DHCP leases

David Partridge

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2A:84:C1:D6:E5:E4
10:AE:60:67:8D:3F
B6:BC:D4:62:B6:A9

Have all been assigned IPs by the router but I've no idea what they are! I've tried the usual MAC lookup sites and the only one I could find anything about was the second on which is "private". Can anyone id these for me.

Thanks
 

eibgrad

Part of the Furniture
Maybe these are coming from an iPhone and its recent Privacy features which generates new MAC addresses for the purposes of user privacy. Other platforms may be doing likewise (e.g., Android).
 

ColinTaylor

Part of the Furniture

OzarkEdge

Part of the Furniture
2A:84:C1:D6:E5:E4
10:AE:60:67:8D:3F
B6:BC:D4:62:B6:A9

Have all been assigned IPs by the router but I've no idea what they are! I've tried the usual MAC lookup sites and the only one I could find anything about was the second on which is "private". Can anyone id these for me.

Thanks

If an Apple product, try disabling Private Addresses on that client.

OE
 

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