MAC addresses

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  • 00-00-E2-8B-EE-9E - unknown; showed up as 192.168.1.110 on 2012-02-28
  • 00-02-A5-F4-5A-3B - Bert (2009-12-17)
  • 00-0c-30-e3-15-bd - must be one of the Vonage boxes or a wireless hub (I wrote those down somewhere...)
  • 00-0E-2E-89-4D-D5 - not sure
  • 00-0E-2E-85-B9-39 - Edimax wireless PCMCIA card EW-7608Pg (bent) s# WB2B000960
  • 00-0F-3d-3e-97-ad - decommissioned DLink router (became erratic 2009-02-21; disassembled)
  • 00-11-95-23-47-BB - unknown; showed up as 192.168.1.113 on 2012-02-28
  • 00-14-bf-a0-a2-a8 - Linksys VOIP router (Vonage) - Harena's 401 line
  • 00-14-78-ed-e9-72 - TP-Link WLAN adapter (TL-WN510G)
  • 00-16-76-66-4D-D5 - unknown; showed up as 192.168.1.105 on 2012-02-28
  • 00-18-61-2E-52-49 - unknown; showed up as 192.168.0.2 on 2018-07-28
  • 00-19-DB-D8-BB-E0 - Rizzo, onboard (2009-12-17)
  • 00-19-E0-7A-79-A8 - TP-Link WLAN hub (TL-WA501G) "122-Pinecrest-ap-TL-1"
    • 2012-06-25 This apparently keeps trying to use 192.168.1.1; unplugging it for now... no more attempts being logged on router.
  • 00-1D-09-61-6F-66 - unknown; showed up as 192.168.1.121 on 2012-02-28 -- possibly Kathy's laptop?
  • 00-21-00-6F-2C-B1 - Mel's laptop ("TheDoctor")(2009-12-17)
  • 00-21-27-D3-2D-EC - TP-Link WLAN router (TL-WR340G)
  • 00-23-15-72-7B-6C - unknown; showed up as 192.168.1.114 on 2012-02-28
  • 00-26-B0-09-06-73 - Mel's iPod (2009-12-17)
  • 00-40-05-de-31-d7 - DWL-1000AP (v1A) - wireless router which was in the living room (LAN socket works properly)
    • moved to shelf over window, for outside access
  • 00-50-BA-5E-D3-97 - Beaker (2009-12-17)
  • 00-B0-D0-84-D2-67 - GuySmiley (2009-12-17)
  • 00-D0-59-B6-8F-35 - Floyd, onboard wired port (2009-12-17)
  • 00-D0-59-C8-88-BD - unknown; showed up as 192.168.1.109 on 2012-02-28
  • 00-E0-18-AB-F4-8C - Bunsen (2009-12-17 - wooden computer)
  • 00-E0-4D-7F-5A-0D - Gonzo (2009-12-17)
  • 00-E0-98-A1-FB-47 - TRENDnet TEW-221PC WLAN PCMCIA card
    • illegible note seems to say "2006-03-06 works with Ubuntu"
  • 10-20-81-02-82-95 - ancient access point in office (not sure if this is actually the MAC ID); not currently in use
  • 10-9F-A9-18-A0-AD - Frontier DSL modem #1
  • 10-DA-43-0D-F1-40 - TP-Link WLAN hub (alien device) "Hypertwin-Manor-2017"
  • 14-1f-78-e2-8f-f9 - Harena's phone: Samsung-SM-J320A
  • 2C-10-C1-67-F6-9F - unknown; showed up as 192.168.1.117 on 2012-02-28
  • 44-0e-0f-a2-4f-77 - unknown, back of house
  • 48-D2-24-1E-21-77 - SamEagle's internal WLAN
  • 48-c7-96-07-72-7b - B's Samsung J7
  • 54-77-fc-57-64-c7 - unknown, back of house
  • 60-E3-27-35-A1-1E - TP-Link WLAN hub (alien device #1) "Hypertwin-Manor-2016"
  • 62-7b-f3-33-c5-63 - unknown, in living room
  • 63-32-75-31-65-c5 - unknonw, in living room
  • 68-7c-f3-05-ea-86 - unknown, in living room
  • 78-71-9C-53-F0-30 - SSID "TG1672G32", probably not one of ours; weak signal
  • 88-b4-a6-33-06-c3 - W's 4th phone, Moto G5, BlueTooth
  • 88-b4-a6-33-06-c4 - W's 4th phone, Moto G5, wifi
  • 94-63-D1-E4-61-A5 - unknown; showed up as 192.168.1.112 on 2012-02-28
  • 98-DE-D0-2D-C1-64 - TP-Link WLAN hub - alien device #2 (purchased 2016-12-29)
  • 9C-B6-D0-D5-21-39 - "Istari", Mel's laptop (as of 2017)
  • A0-F3-C1-A0-FF-5D - TP-Link multi-WAN router (LAN default; can be changed)
  • A0-F3-C1-A0-FF-5E - TP-Link multi-WAN router (WAN1 default; can be changed)
  • A0-F3-C1-A0-FF-5F - TP-Link multi-WAN router (WAN2 default; can be changed)
  • CC-61-E5-BE-CF-BE - Woozle's 3rd cellphone (Moto G4)
  • E0-22-03-AB-6A-D2 - SSID "Buchanan_2G", not one of ours; weak signal)
  • FC-52-8D-CB-10-30 - SSID "TC8715D2A", probably not one of ours; weak signal