I have a small network in my home that consists of one network device named airties rt-205 and clients. Clients connect to this device via wireless and send its packet to the internet through this device.
I know that 802.11x protocol is used in wireless connection and Ethernet protocol is used in wired connection. If this is not true, please let me know about right one.
The question is that why do i see "Ethernet II" protocol at layer 2 in wireshark when wireless connection is used. Instead of Ethernet II, should 802.11n(a,b,g,ab... whatever technology is used) be in wireshark at layer 2?
I'm not talking about monitor mode and managed mode. This is different from mode of wireless card. I think that I should see data that were sent from my airties rt-205 device to only me using wireless connection, in wireshark as 802.11 protocol at layer 2.
Thanks in advance