You did not state on what type of machine you are running this,
nor did you state what OS.
I do know that with Sun's and with SunOS and Solaris, all of the
ethernet cards will have the same MAC address as the ethernet that
is onboard. You can change the MAC address with the "ifconfig"
command (ifconfig qe0 ether 0:0:20:75:a0:23) and specify a MAC
Martin D. Baldenegro |
The Cwiz Group |
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>From solid @
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Date: Fri, 31 Jan 1997 19:53:09 +0800
From: "Jet B. Bagadion" <solid @
To: firewalls @
Subject: Question on MAC Address
I'm using Firewall-1 v2.0 and I'm using a SBus Quad ethernet
controller. I noticed that when I use the command ifconfig -a , le0
and the ethernet ports of the Quad controller have the same ethernet MAC
addresses. Should it be really like that? How will I know the right MAC
address of the ethernet ports?
Jet B. Bagadion
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