Tue, 11 Aug 87 08:56 EDT
In message <12325520704.139.SY.KEN@CU20B.COLUMBIA.EDU>
>I'm afraid I fail to see where you get AA-00-03-01-10-E7 from 19.53.
>or, node 57.784.
Well, I'm afraid I didn't get it: DECnet did. I guess it doesn't
use your algorithm.
Herewith the Ethernet address used by the same node with the same
hardware interface after I changed its address to be 43.298
= 44330 decimal (1024*43+298).
(We are in the process of vacating area 19 so someone else can use it.)
The following report was generated by the command
"MCR NCP SHOW KNOWN LINE CHARACTERISTICS"
Known Line Volatile Characteristics as of 11-AUG-1987 08:38:42
Line = UNA-0
Receive buffers = 6
Controller = normal
Protocol = Ethernet
Service timer = 4000
Hardware address = AA-00-03-01-1D-E7
UNA device buffer size = 1498
I hope this helps.
Selden E. Ball, Jr.
(Wilson Lab's network and system manager)
Cornell University NYNEX: +1-607-255-0688
Laboratory of Nuclear Studies BITNET: Laboratory of Nuclear Studies BITNET: SYSTEM@CRNLNS
Wilson Synchrotron Lab ARPA: SYSTEM%CRNLNS.BITNET@WISCVM.WISC.EDU
Judd Falls & Dryden Road PHYSnet/HEPnet/SPAN:
Ithaca, NY, USA 14853 LNS61::SYSTEM = 44283::SYSTEM (node 43.251)
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