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Internet Archive: Free Movies, Music, Books & Wayback Machine samizdat | techblog Hunch Ethernet Codes master page These pages contain collected information on the various codes used on IEEE 802.3 and Ethernet. There are three "pages" of data: type codesvendor codesthe uses of multicast (including broadcast) addresses These same codes are also used on some other IEEE 802 networks (e.g. 802.5 is Token Ring), but may be in slightly different form. Specifically 802.5 sends the bits of a byte in the opposite order to Ethernet or 802.3, so the codes listed below may have the bits of each byte reversed (e.g. exchange 01/80, 10/08, 0C/30, etc.), although some monitors may undo the reversal back to the Ethernet order. Be careful using this reference for other IEEE 802 media. There is also this page of general info and a page of acknowledgments. I wish to thank the contributors, many are listed on the acknowledgments page and there are almost certainly others that I have missed. Mirrors are available. Since this information is from collected wisdom, there are certainly omissions. Revision info

Privacy.org - The Source for News, Information, and Action Crack-wifi.com Accueil, Votre portail wifi, réseaux et sécurité. Forum, tutoriels, Backtrack... The Grinder, a Java Load Testing Framework Assiste.com - Sécurité informatique et protection de la Vie-privée sur l'Internet AES Crypt - Advanced File Encryption Haute Disponibilité RTFM.info AnonNet: Anonymous Network Project AnonNet: Anonymous Network Project November 3, 2003: While working on another project made a stupid mistake w/ pointer arith and the sizeof operator (honestly, I don't think this is another one of those `this is why not to use C' things :P) Decided to grep for it in the AnonNet src and found one instance of it in the packet code again. Even more improvement (longer mean time between failure), though there is still something lingering. July 2, 2003: Hopefully discovered and squashed the out-of-order packet bug. April 27, 2003: working on lots of other stuff, including Watch. This notice is long overdue, but LinuxFund.org generously sent me a grant this summer. December 2, 2002: thought i found the packet mangler bug. there might have been contention between node_loop() and node_connect_async() sending multiple-packets, but i guess not 'cause the bug still lurks. The Anonymous Network Project is attempting to help establish an infrastructure for anonymous networking. Status:

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