Local medium access control (MAC) address usage

Utilisation de l'adresse de commande d'accès au support (MAC) locale

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INTERNATIONAL ISO/IEC/
STANDARD IEEE
8802-A
First edition
2015-12-15
AMENDMENT 2
2019-02
Information technology —
Telecommunications and information
exchange between systems — Local
and metropolitan area networks —
Part A:
Overview and architecture
AMENDMENT 2: Local medium access
control (MAC) address usage
Technologies de l'information — Télécommunications et échange
d'information entre systèmes — Réseaux locaux et métropolitains —
Partie A: Présentation et architecture
AMENDEMENT 2: Utilisation de l'adresse de commande d'accès au
support (MAC) locale
Reference number
ISO/IEC/IEEE 8802-A:2015/Amd.2:2019(E)
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IEEE Std 802c™-2017
(Amendment to
IEEE Std 802 -2014
as amended by IEEE Std 802d™-2017)
IEEE Standard for Local and
Metropolitan Area Networks:
Overview and Architecture
Amendment 2: Local Medium
Access Control (MAC)
Address Usage
Sponsor
LAN/MAN Standards Committee
of the
IEEE Computer Society
Approved 15 June 2017
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Abstract: An optional local medium access control (MAC) address space structure, known as the

Structured Local Address Plan (SLAP), is provided in this amendment to IEEE Std 802 -2014 in

order to allow multiple administrations to coexist. This structure designates a range of local MAC

addresses for protocols using a Company ID (CID) assigned by the IEEE Registration Authority.

Another range of local MAC addresses is designated for assignment by administrators. The

amendment recommends a range of local MAC addresses for use by IEEE 802 protocols.

Keywords: AAI, Administratively Assigned Identifier, CID, Company ID, ELI, Extended Local

Identifier, global address, IEEE 802 , IEEE Registration Authority, local address, MAC, medium

access control, SAI, SLAP, Standard Assigned Identifier, Structured Local Address Plan

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At the time this amendment was submitted to the IEEE-SA for approval, the IEEE 802.1 Working Group

had the following membership:
Glenn Parsons, Chair
John Messenger, Vice-Chair
Pat Thaler, Chair, Data Center Bridging Task Group
Roger B. Marks, IEEE 802c Technical Editor
Mark Hantel
SeoYoung Baek Michael Potts
Shenghua Bao Patrick Heffernan Karen Randall
Jens Bierschenk Marc Holness Maximilian Riegel
Steinar Bjornstad Anthony Jeffree Jessy Rouyer
Michael Johas Teener Eero Ryyty
Christian Boiger
Paul Bottorff Hal Keen Soheil Samii
David Chen Stephan Kehrer Behcet Sarikaya
Feng Chen Philippe Klein Frank Schewe
Weiying Cheng Jouni Korhonen Michael Seaman
Rodney Cummings Yizhou Li Johannes Specht
Janos Farkas Christophe Mangin Paul Unbehagen
Tom McBeath
Norman Finn Hao Wang
Mickael Fontaine James McIntosh Karl Weber
Geoffrey Garner Robert Moskowitz Brian Weis
Eric Gray Tero Mustala Jordon Woods
Craig Gunther Hiroki Nakano Nader Zein
Marina Gutierrez Bob Noseworthy Helge Zinner
Stephen Haddock Donald R. Pannell Juan Carlos Zuniga
Walter Pienciak

In addition, contributions from Robert Grow and the IEEE Registration Authority (RA) Committee were

valuable in ensuring consistency with IEEE RA policies.

The following members of the individual balloting committee voted on this amendment. Balloters may have

voted for approval, disapproval, or abstention.
Osama Aboulmagd James Gilb Joseph Levy
Thomas Alexander David Gregson Jon Lewis
Randall Groves
James D. Allen Michael Lynch
Johann Amsenga Robert Grow Roger B. Marks
Butch Anton Michael Gundlach Michael McInnis
Harry Bims Gloria Gwynne Michael Montemurro
Nancy Bravin Rainer Hach Jose Morales
Vern Brethour Stephen Haddock Michael Newman
Demetrio Bucaneg Mark Hamilton Nick S. A. Nikjoo
William Byrd Jerome Henry Paul Nikolich
Juan Carreon Marco Hernandez Satoshi Obara
Yesenia Cevallos Werner Hoelzl Robert O’Hara
Keith Chow Rita Horner Glenn Parsons
Charles Cook Russell Housley
Bansi Patel
Rodney Cummings Tetsushi Ikegami Arumugam Paventhan
Patrick Diamond Noriyuki Ikeuchi Michael Peters
Richard Doyle Atsushi Ito R. K. Rannow
Sourav Dutta Raj Jain Alon Regev
Donald Eastlake Sangkwon Jeong Maximilian Riegel
Marc Emmelmann Piotr Karocki Robert Robinson
Janos Farkas Stuart Kerry Jon Rosdahl
Andrew Fieldsend Yongbum Kim Jessy Rouyer
Norman Finn Jouni Korhonen Richard Roy
Michael Fischer George Kyle Noriyuki Sato
Matthias Fritsche Mark Laubach Frank Schewe
Geoffrey Garner James Lepp Dieter Schicketanz
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Reinhard Schrage Walter Struppler Karl Weber
Michael Seaman Michael Thompson Andreas Wolf
Di Dieter Smely Steven Tilden Chun Yu Charles Wong
Dorothy Stanley Mark-Rene Uchida Peter Wu
Thomas Starai George Vlantis Oren Yuen
Adrian Stephens
Lei Wang Zhen Zhou

When the IEEE-SA Standards Board approved this amendment on 15 June 2017, it had the following

membership:
Jean-Philippe Faure, Chair
Gary Hoffman, Vice Chair
John D. Kulick, Past Chair
Konstantinos Karachalios, Secretary
Chuck Adams
Thomas Koshy Robby Robson
Masayuki Ariyoshi
Joseph L. Koepfinger* Dorothy Stanley
Ted Burse Kevin Lu Adrian Stephens
Mehmet Ulema
Stephen Dukes Daleep Mohla
Phil Wennblom
Doug Edwards Damir Novosel
Howard Wolfman
J. Travis Griffith Ronald C. Petersen
Annette D. Reilly Yu Yuan
Michael Janezic
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Introduction

This introduction is not part of IEEE Std 802c-2017, IEEE Standard for Local and Metropolitan Area Networks:

Overview and Architecture—Amendment 2: Local Medium Access Control (MAC) Address Usage.

This amendment to IEEE Std 802-2014 provides an optional local medium access control (MAC) address

space structure, known as the Structured Local Address Plan (SLAP), to allow multiple administrations to

coexist. This structure designates a range of local MAC addresses for protocols using a Company ID (CID)

assigned by the IEEE Registration Authority (RA). Another range of local MAC addresses is designated for

assignment by administrators. The amendment recommends a range of local MAC addresses for use by

IEEE 802 protocols. It also corrects minor errors, ambiguities, omissions, and inconsistencies, including

clarifying the use of CID in protocol identifiers.
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