> > > Sounds like a grand idea to me.
> > Currently we disable the PSN at boot, always
> Is there any special reason we do this (by default)? We don't try to hide
> MAC addresses.
MAC address should be unique but isn't always (actually seen a collision
before, and some/all cards can have theirs changed in linux with ifconfig
hw xx:xx:xx:xx:xx or so.)
--- Tom Rini (TR1265) http://gate.crashing.org/~trini/
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