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I'm running Tshark to test for WiFi probes but sometimes I get instead of 40:0e:85:02:6a:a6 a Apple_df:76:88. Is there any way to get the REAL Mac instead of the resolved MAC? I already tried column.format with "%uhs" but this does not seem to work?

Is there any way to disable this MAC lookup/resolution in the output of tshark?

asked 05 May '15, 06:51

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You should be able to disable MAC address resolution by either turning it off in Wireshark (Edit -> Preferences -> Name Resolution -> Resolve MAC addresses) or by specifying the "-o nameres.mac_name:FALSE" option on the tshark command-line.

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answered 05 May '15, 07:03

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