|#||Range or Prefix||Vendor||Virtual Machine|
|1||08:00:27||Pcs Systemtechnik GmbH||Oracle VirtualBox 5.2|
|2||52:54:00 (Exact MAC: 52:54:00:C9:C7:04)||N/A||Oracle VirtualBox 5.2 + Vagrant|
|3||00:21:F6||Oracle Corp||Oracle VirtualBox 3.3|
|4||00:14:4F||Oracle Corp||Oracle VM Server for SPARC|
|5||00:0F:4B||Oracle Corp||Oracle Virtual Iron 4|
There are 15 OUI registered by Oracle corp:
Only some of them are used for the Virtual Machines.
Affects products: Oracle VirtualBox
Signature: OUI is 08:00:27
Once new VM has been created with the VirtualBox GUI, it has a MAC address with OUI prefix set automatically. When the administrator presses "refresh" button, the last 3 octets are changed, but the prefix remains.
However, it's possible to set a custom MAC with any prefix.
Affects products: Oracle VirtualBox / Vagrant
Signature: Prefix is 52:54:00, or Prefix is 52:54:00:C9:C7:04
Once a new VM has been created with the Vagrant, it sometimes has a MAC address with prefix 52:54:00. Some virtual machines have the same MAC: 52:54:00:C9:C7:04.
Affects products: Oracle VirtualBox 3.3
Signature: OUI is 00:21:F6
Oracle wrote in their blog that they used OUI 00:21:F6 for virtual machines. This VirtualBox version isn't supported anymore.
Affects products: Oracle VM Server for SPARC
Signature: OUI is 00:14:4F
Domains have been assigned the following block of 512K MAC addresses:
The lower 256K addresses are used by the Logical Domains Manager for automatic MAC address allocation, and you cannot manually request an address in this range:
You can use the upper half of this range for manual MAC address allocation:
Affects products: Oracle Virtual Iron 4
Signature: OUI is 00:0F:4B
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