It's a Juniper so probably the upstream router.

$ maclookup 78:fe:3d:46:ed:9d
78:fe:3d:46:ed:9d (Juniper Networks)


On 22 September 2016 08:54:47 Martin Pieuchot <m...@openbsd.org> wrote:

On 21/09/16(Wed) 23:24, Heiko Zimmermann wrote:
Hello Martin,

the Infos you wanted:

176.9.157.65                         78:fe:3d:46:ed:9d    re0 4m54s

Which computer is that?  IPv4 doesn't help.  We're dealing with IPv6.

This MAC address is the one that ends up in your fe80::%re0 route on 6.0
and doesn't in current.  The question is *why*?

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# sysctl net.inet6.icmp6.nd6_debug=1
net.inet6.icmp6.nd6_debug: 0 -> 1

Please use 8 or higher, put that in your sysctl.conf and look at which
error message you get in /var/log/messages



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