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4294967040 expressed as a hex number is FFFFFF00.

3232236032 expressed as a hex number is C0A80200 which is 192.168.2.0 expressed in IP format (are you sure that last octet is 3?).

I suspect your MAC addresses are simply 48 bit binary values, which may cause a little trouble if you are using a 32 bit Perl without native 64 bit integers, but only a little trouble.

Maybe if you had cared enough about the problem to format your node I'd have been enthusiastic enough about it to help further.


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In reply to Re: Net::Pcap garbage Output by GrandFather
in thread Net::Pcap garbage Output by WalkingZero

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