Can the experts help me out in understanding the statistics for the conversation for Ethernet in Wireshark. I have a Cisco_2d:fa:22 as Address A and Cisco_4d:f3:11 as Address B. So it looks like it is the ID for the Cisco device. I see their MAC addresses in the Ethernet section in Wireshark. But in the IP section, the source and destination IP addresses keep changing from one packet to another.
I'm not sure I understand that. Thanks
If they are switches, then that is to be expected if there are workstations attached. Each workstation is trying to communicate to something and that is what you are seeing. It's not just the communication
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