said by WireHead:
#2 No, not by a long shot. I've seen automation networks with millions of devices all with encoded MACs.
How would someone not on using a Cable modem get the encoded MAC Address of their DSL modem?
My DSL modem is the Westell F90-610015-06
said by cramer:
It was a Bad Idea 30 years ago, too
If the reason for that being bad is not, is applied to all the NICs in the device
then why is it bad?
If the reason for that being bad is, is applied to all the NICs in the device
, is there any other reason besides that?
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