From: Peter Dambier (no email)
Date: Mon Nov 24 2008 - 13:35:07 EST
I also found this one helpful
The CFxxxx Series
RFC 2153 describes a method of usings a "pseudo OUI" for certain
purposes when there is no appropriate regular OUI assigned. These are
CF0001 Data Comm for Business [McCain]
I remember we had IBM Token-Ring equipment and they suggested
to always use "CF..." and never rely on the programmed MAC for SNA.
Dale W. Carder wrote:
> On Nov 24, 2008, at 11:02 AM, mike wrote:
>> I am needing more and more unique mac addresses
>> it occurs to me that there should be something - ala rfc 1918
> You can probably find examples online, but in a nutshell this
> does exist.
> Set bit b2 to 1, "locally assigned".
> Default is 0, "globally unique" (OUI assigned).
> Dale W. Carder - Network Engineer
> University of Wisconsin / WiscNet
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