Local Network: 00:14:BF:D6:CD:28
So since my router is hooked up to my DSL modem, my DSL modem sees the "Router" MAC address, but any computer that uses the router on the LAN will see either the LAN or wireless MAC address, depending on whether they are connected via ethernet or wireless.
So the question is, why are there three MAC addresses for the same router? I thought the whole point of the MAC address was to uniquely identify the router, and I don't see how there would be any networking conflicts if one MAC address was used in all the above three cases. So why not just use one MAC address?
Thanks for any insight/help.
Edited by caljohn, 15 July 2008 - 07:25 PM.