Why on earth does everyone have to display their MAC addresses differently?
- Cisco: 0021.a0ab.cdef
- HP: 0026f1-abcdef
- Microsoft: 00-24-D7-AB-CD-EF
- Most UNIX variants & JunOS: 00:0a:f3:ab:cd:ef
- Solaris: 0:1c:c0:ab:3:ef
- RHEL arp: 00:09:6B:AB:CD:EF
- Windows DHCP: 0024d7abcdef
Mixed formatting, mixed capitalization, and mixed leading zeros. We’ve standardized the way we display just about everything else? Why not this?
[Solaris added in response to comments]