MAC 00-90-C2-00-00-00 ?

I just received 2 RCM3700 that report a MAC address of 00-90-C2-00-00-00 ?

ID_Block_report.c show no errors except the MAC is effectively at 0.

Does this means defective RCMs or there is a way of correcting this ? I have seen the write_id_block program mentionned in this group, tried one that I found on a link but it reports compilation errors. I am using DC9.62.

Thank you all

The reason that the address 00-90-C2-00-00-00 is that you miss step 02.

Here you have to set the mac-address. On a label glued on the rabbit stands the last 3 parts of the mac address.

For example there stands D6BC8C.

I hope this will help!

** STEP 02: (Only required if the target is both ethernet capable and **
** its MAC address is stored in its ID block. Note that Z-World’s **
** OP6700 and TCP/IP Development Kit boards store their MAC address in **
** an onboard EEPROM. When HASEEPROM is set to 1 — the default value **
** for these two boards — this utility will not write a MAC address **
** into the ID block.) If the target is ethernet capable, enter its **
** MAC address. For Z-World boards, the first three digits are fixed **
** and the last three digits should be on a sticker on the board. **

const char MAC[6] = { 0x00, 0x90, 0xC2, 0xD6, 0xBC, 0x8C};

char _MAC[6];