add PROFINET Multicast OUI 01:0E:CF (in addition to the unicast 00:0E:CF)
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2 # /etc/manuf - Ethernet vendor codes, and well-known MAC addresses
3 #
4 # $Id$
5 #
6 # Laurent Deniel <laurent.deniel [AT] free.fr>
7 #
8 # Wireshark - Network traffic analyzer
9 # By Gerald Combs <gerald [AT] wireshark.org>
10 # Copyright 1998 Gerald Combs
11 #
12 # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
13 # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
14 # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2
15 # of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
16
17 # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
18 # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
19 # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
20 # GNU General Public License for more details.
21
22 # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
23 # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
24 # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307, USA.
25 #
26 # The data below has been assembled from the following sources:
27 #
28 # The IEEE public OUI listing available from:
29 # http://standards.ieee.org/regauth/oui/index.shtml
30 # http://standards.ieee.org/regauth/oui/oui.txt
31 #
32 # Michael Patton's "Ethernet Codes Master Page" available from:
33 # <http://www.cavebear.com/CaveBear/Ethernet/>
34 # <ftp://ftp.cavebear.com/pub/Ethernet.txt>
35 #
36 # The Wireshark 'manuf' file, which started out as a subset of Michael
37 # Patton's list and grew from there.
38 #
39 # In the event of data set collisions the Wireshark entries have been given
40 # precedence, followed by Michael Patton's, followed by the IEEE.
41 #
42 # This file is in the same format as ethers(4) except that vendor names
43 # are truncated to eight characters when used with Wireshark, and
44 # that well-known MAC addresses need not have a full 6 octets and may
45 # have a netmask following them specifying how many bits of the address
46 # are relevant (the other bits are wildcards).  Also, either ":", "-",
47 # or "." can be used to separate the octets.
48 #
49
50 00:00:00        00:00:00        # Officially Xerox, but 0:0:0:0:0:0 is more common
51 00:00:10        Hughes
52 00:00:11        Tektrnix
53 00:00:1a        AMD
54 00:00:20        DIAB
55 00:00:21        SC&C
56 00:00:24        Olicom
57 00:00:3d        AT&T
58 00:00:46        ISC-BR
59 00:00:4b        APT
60 00:00:55        AT&T
61 00:00:62        Hneywell        # Honeywell
62 00:00:63        HP
63 00:00:69        SGI
64 00:00:6b        MIPS
65 00:00:7a        Ardent
66 00:00:7d        Cray
67 00:00:a3        NAT
68 00:00:a5        CSC
69 00:00:a7        NCD
70 00:00:a9        NetSys          # Network Systems
71 00:00:dd        Gould
72 00:00:de        Unigraph
73 00:00:e1        Hitachi
74 00:00:f6        Madge
75 00:01:fa        Compaq
76 00:02:04        Novell
77 00:02:31        Axis
78 00:07:01        Cisco           # RACAL-DATACOM
79 00:07:99        TippingPoint            # TippingPoint Technologies, Inc.
80 00:10:db        Netscreen               # Now part of Juniper Networks
81 00:20:85        3Com
82 00:40:0b        Cresc
83 # Be able to differentiate between wireless and non-wireless
84 00:40:96        Aironet                 # Cisco Systems, Inc.
85 00:60:b0        HP
86 00:80:0f        SMC
87 00:80:1C        Cisco           # NEWPORT SYSTEMS SOLUTIONS
88 00:80:96        HDS
89 00:80:ad        Telebit
90 00:e0:98        Trend
91 01:0e:cf        PN-MC           # PROFINET Multicast
92 02:cf:1f        CMC
93 02:20:48        Marconi         # At least some 2810 send with locally assigned flag set
94 08:00:02        3Com
95 08:00:03        ACC
96 08:00:08        BBN
97 08:00:09        HP
98 08:00:1a        DataGenl        # Data General
99 08:00:38        Bull
100 08:00:3e        Motorola
101 08:00:69        SGI
102 08:00:79        SGI
103 08:00:90        Retix
104 09:00:6a        AT&T
105 10:00:90        HP
106 10:00:d4        DEC
107 3C:00:00        3Com
108 44:45:53        Microsoft