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Sonicwall wireless reporting

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I have some dodgy looking logs on my SonicWALL analyser and I am trying to track where they have come from and where they are going to.

I have found the initiatior IP on my wireless network but the device isn't connected anymore, is there a way to get the mac address so I can find out more about it?
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look in ARP on the firewall and look in your DHCP server.  if your wireless was on a switch you may find it in those ARP tables
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