rodney at tillerman.to
Sun Nov 11 17:37:39 UTC 2001
but the AUI header was assigned back when it was aironet.
3com, as it exists now, is in fact an old terminal server company
called Bridge, which mutated into a router company, which got bought
by this silly little pc ethernet card vendor called 3Com, etc.etc.etc.
At 12:11 AM 11/10/2001 -0500, Andrew Brown wrote:
> >lucent and aironet (later cisco) never made wired cards so
> >I wouldn't expect that. also, I think that the non-ieee lists
> >tend to have more/better data on prefixs. I bet snort or etherpeek
> >or ethereal or sniffer or someone like that has a decent aui list.
>they might never have made cards you could plug into your pc or mac,
>per se, but cisco at least has made quite a name for itself by
>manufacturing a large pile of *other* networking equipment. a fair
>amount of which uses the same addressing style.
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