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Sounds similar to a problem I observed last month and reported here that
turned out to be a problem in the wireless router not doing multicast
I this case, I suspect wireshark is tossing the adapter into a
promiscuous mode that is suddenly letting the machine see the multicast
packets, either because of a change of state on the host, or because
changing the mode sent something that changed what the router did.
I'd try a different wireless router brand/model and see if that makes a
I've had problems before with cheap switches not liking multicast, and
it looks like wireless routers have similar issues. Multicast
exploitation still seems close to bleeding edge territory despite being
20 years old.
I've also discovered that
if I run WireShark while in wireless mode and start capturing, then it
behaves properly. I'm trying to diagnose why the wireless won't behave
properly regarding D&A. Any ideas?
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