What to do about phivAdjCircuitEtherServPhysAddr?
Don Dewar <email@example.com> Mon, 08 March 1993 19:33 UTC
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Date: Mon, 8 Mar 93 14:14:15 EST
From: Don Dewar <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: What to do about phivAdjCircuitEtherServPhysAddr?
Some nodes on my network do not include the physical ethernet address in their hello messages, so that when I fill in the phivAdjCircuitEtherServPhysAddr it only contains 0:0:0:0:0:0. In this case should I fill in the DECnet node address or should it be left as all 0's. Does what I just said make sense? I have not received any mail from this list in a while so I do not know if I am still subscribed. Therefore, please email me directly. Coral @@@@@*@** @@*@@**@@ Don Dewar *@@**@@@@ Coral Network Corporation, Westboro, MA @***@@@@@ Internet: email@example.com @@**@@@@@ Phone: (508) 366-3600 ********* Fax: (508) 870-1777 Networks