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This looks perfectly fine. The addresses in your arp cache are for broadcast (172.16.130.255) and various multicast groups. This is normal. When you are the victim of ARP-Cache poisoning there are no additional addresses in that table. But the MAC address of your router would typically not match the real MAC address of the router. You can verify this by ...


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There is no indication of ARP spoofing, at least not in the information you have provided. What you should see in case of ARP spoofing is that your default gateway has the wrong MAC address, i.e. you would need to verify the MAC address in this entry: 172.16.130.193 00-25-90-ea-31-33 dynamic Everything else are all perfectly valid entries: ...



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