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Re: R10k O2
> I believe the address lives in a DS2502 EPROM on the pci riser. I have
> no idea if it lives in the 'factory-lasered registration number' 
> (sounds rather permanent) or in the writable area. I guess the easiest
> fix is probably to just hard-code a value in if_mec.c...
ENG used to call this part "number in a can", so I'd guess it's permanent.
> If the O2 will store arbitrarily-named environment variables in its
> flash, you could define eaddr2 and fall back on it in if_mec. It's
> somewhat less disgusting and could be useful in the future.
This would be a very useful feature on the various Sun hardware that
suffers from a similar problem -- not that Suns have an if_mec ;)
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