When I start a maciici with an enetnb network interface, an Ethernet MAC address is written into cfg/maciici.cfg at each startup. The MAC address is always the same, and any attempt to change the MAC address in cfg/maciici.cfg is simply overwritten when the mame system is started again. Can distinct MAC addresses be auto-generated or uniquely assigned for this type of system?

I'm tunneling traffic between systems with linux gre tap interfaces and linux bridge interface, and I can stop MAC learning on the bridge interfaces with brctl setageing bridgeif 0, but even if this is somehow sufficient for Appletalk (a protocol I don't really know), I doubt this works well for TCP/IP in a LAN?

Last edited by Steve Bourg; 10/21/19 12:23 AM.