I have trouble with understanding one thing,
bit reverse notation of MAC address is also know as Standard notation and Canonical notation?
Is that true or not? I am talking about Transmitting the Frame (byte order and bit order), specifically about big an little endian.
In this document http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc2469#page-2 it refers to Canonical resepertations of MAC address as HEX not Bit reverse notation. Did I understand this correctly?
And also is this acticle valid socurce?
One more thing as I understand from it that bit reverse notation is used only when going form ethernet to token ring and back? And are all bits reversed when thez are on the wire of ethernet?
Can you help me with this? And if this is not valid source, help me find a valid source and explan this to me.
Edited by mehnihma: endian