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> Packet Driver And Mac Addresses
wolfsta
post Nov 7 2004, 07:42 PM
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Hey all

Trying to use ghost for multicasting...

Has worked fine in the past but not on this machine..

Im having problems connecting to the server machine and i think its something to do with the NIC.

When i load the packet driver eg... rtspkt 0x7e

it returns a mac address of FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF which is a broadcast address isnt it?

I have tried with two different cards one Realtek 8139 and one Realtek 8029AS and removed any other network cards to avoid conflicts.

Any Ideas?
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post Nov 7 2004, 07:44 PM
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By the way its windows im ghosting not linux.. but just cause its more of a general network question thought id ask u guys tongue.gif
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