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How to get a unique Macaddress

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Dear Sir,

We are developing a GPRS modem device that needs to connect to the network in a stand-alone environment.
How can we get a large block of unique MAC addresses?

Thanks,
Paul
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Try this site for more information.

http://standards.ieee.org/faqs/OUI.html#q2
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 OR generate your own MAC's addresses. Please note that a portion of the MAC involves the producer's unique string. That could be your's and the rest doesn't matter, because your brand it's unique.

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