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Re: how do I disable IPv6?
On Wed, Feb 28, 2018 at 01:19:33PM -0000, Michael van Elst wrote:
> That's why multicast is mostly implemented by sending a packet to the access
> point which then unicasts the data to each device individually. In that
> specific environment it's much faster and occupies less 'air time' than
> other solutions.
Unicast at the link layer, sure, but the AP should not be inserting its own
MAC address into the packet -- it should unicast-forward the packet but
leave the original sender's MAC address alone.
Mine _appears_ to do this, if tcpdump can be trusted. But it's a moderately
expensive Cisco enterprise AP. Do others not?
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