In a rare request for assistance, P. said:
> Spark the other day, will get around 2it RSN). Two ways to tell what kind
> of machine it is (generally). From the MAC address, the first three octets
> are registered by card manufacturer (e.g. 00:00:C0 is Standard Microsystems
> Corp and will be found in a PC). The best listing I have seen (though need
> to check for a new one - someone with time please assist) is Michael A.
> Patton's Ethernet-Codes list. *Think* it was at MIT but no promises.
Had to track this list down recently to update my (somewhat brain-dead)
Novell LanAlyzer. The horse's mouth appears to be at:
or send any mail to "info .
org" and the nice robot will mail
it to you. BTW, it appears to have been last updated 05/04/95. If it's
that dynamic, the authoritative source is probably advisable to use.
the other end of the horse (this week)
W.C. Epperson "I have great faith in fools.
Senior SE Self-confidence, my friends call it."
Information Security Officer --Edgar Allan Poe--
Virginia Dept. of Education
Duplicate IP addresses
From: padgett @
com (A. Padgett Peterson, P.E. Information Security)