[Bug 1023] CDC/RNDIS Ethernet over USB driver provides random Ethernet address after each reboot which makes MacOS X config problematic

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Wed Nov 28 02:58:01 CET 2007


------- Additional Comments From werner at openmoko.org  2007-11-28 02:58 -------
To work around the MacOS situation, a pair of locally-chosen MAC
addresses for host and device could be stored in the environment,
and then passed to the kernel with the following u-boot commands:

setenv bootcmd setenv bootargs \${bootargs_base} \${bootargs_usb} 
\${mtdparts}\; nand read.e 0x32000000 kernel\; bootm 0x32000000

setenv bootargs_usb g_ether.dev_addr=00:01:02:03:04:05 


Note that the first byte of each address must be an even number, or this
would be a multicast address, and the kernel would ignore it.

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