At 11:54 PM -0400 7/26/00, Bruce Momjian wrote:
> > All I want to do now (given the size stuff), is to have a function and
> > possibly a type to compare the 24-bit OUI's, and give the tools
> > in /contrib to load a table using these from the IEEE's list.
> > No more hardcoded stuff in the db.
> > Does this make more sense?
> > It's definately extensible, and frees code space.
>I was just wondering if there was any real demand for this feature.
Seems to me that code to deal with 24/48 bit integers is core, and
everything else is contrib. The actual list of manufacturers is not
even Postgres, but IEEE and should have a URL or cross reference in
Just my opinion.
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