hi everone into ieoc
when we using EUI-64 format to allocate interface-id into ipv6 address , we are using mac address
mac= 0x0c0c:dede:1234 and ipv6 address is 2001:0db8:0:1::/64 eui-64
with ipv6 EUI format will be 2001:0db8::0:1:0e0c:deff:fede:1234
now we flip the 7th bit 0000 1100 will be 1110
why we do that?
wy we modify the 7th bil U/L bit ? why we left 7th bit U/L bit as it was?
why the desighners of IPv6 think about this way?
what is the problem it solve