WAN gateway ARP on LAN interface

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So I have two NIC one for WAN one for LAN the WAN gets my WAN IP and gateway to 82.18.10.1 My LAN has 192.168.255.250 no gateway set but for some reason my LAN NIC is sending ARP to 82.18.10.1 ? its not causing any problem but windows 7 never does this so why does windows 10 do this?

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