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Re: RFC 3513 EUI-48/MAC-48 confusion



 In your previous mail you wrote:

   Hi Francis,
   	Agree with you almost completely except for this
   
   > BTW the EUI-64 stuff is a big joke:
   > *no* IEEE layer 2 uses EUI-64s as addresses today (IEEE 1394 aka
   > I-Link aka FireWire uses 6 bit node addresses).
   
   I assume you meant EUI-48s.

=> no, I meant EUI-64s. IEEE 1394 was used as an example of an IEEE layer 2
using EUI-64s, this is true but what takes the role of addresses in IEEE
1394 are Node IDs (6 bit long) or Bus + Node IDs (16 bit long).

Regards

Francis.Dupont@enst-bretagne.fr
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