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Connected mac/ip addresses

Hey. There is a computer on our network that is assigned one ipv4 address and 2 static ipv6 addresses simultaneously. Is it possible that a device is spoofed to the same mac address? What if this is case, and what can I do about it?

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I'm going to stop research on this one.
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Good thing. After getting to "Windows 2008 R2"

my brain froze.

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In the circles I run.

WS2008 was loved as one of those rare ultra reliable versions. Nothing fancy. Just move bytes on and off the drives, spew data out the ports.

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