February 2016

February 17, 2016
by Aaron Ekinaka

Change MAC addresses to be Cisco Friendly

Ever get a really long nasty list of MAC addresses that aren’t in the aaaa.bbbb.cccc format that Cisco network devices crave? Unfortunately, everyone seems to have their own idea of what a MAC address should look like.¬†You will see on Windows systems, MAC addresses divided by dashes (00-50-56-a0-6e-db) other systems may use colons (c0:3f:d5:bd:22:64) etc. […]

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