Due to a high number of clients connected to one of my routers I recently changed it's password and reboot it. I also disabled WPS. The router is a ZyXEL Prestige 660.
After the reboot the client list looked like this:
Status Host Name IP Address MAC address Reserve Modify
- DeepThought 192.168.1.10 08:3E:8E:*:*:*
- Louises-iPhone 192.168.1.11 C0:9F:42:*:*:*
- H-iPhone 192.168.1.12 E0:C9:7A:*:*:*
Of course the '..*' where actual numbers, but the problem is that I've only connected two devices. The first two ones. DeepThought is an Acer laptop, and Louises-iPhone is a 4S.
What is 'H-iPhone', and where does it come from? Due to my physical position (a retreatment area in the deep jungles of Thailand), I don't think anyone around here managed to hack it in less three minutes. I didn't however find any useful information about the hostname 'H-iPhone' on Google.
Is it possible that the iPhone I connected, for some reason, could retrieve two IPv4-adresses, with two different MAC adresses?
I assume all listed clients already are authed through my pre-shared WPA2-PSK key?
I'm thankful for any thoughts and/or explanations! Please feel free to update the tags of this question if not suitable.