Network leases over 126.96.36.199 get wrong MAC address
Creating a new network with the template
NAME = "PUBLIC"
TYPE = FIXED
BRIDGE = br0
LEASES = [ IP="188.8.131.52"]
LEASES = [ IP="184.108.40.206"]
LEASES = [ IP="220.127.116.11"]
LEASES = [ IP="18.104.22.168"]
LEASES = [ IP="22.214.171.124"]
LEASES = [ IP="126.96.36.199"] ===================================
results in the following leases information with IDENTICAL MAC addresses!
VIRTUAL NETWORK TEMPLATE
LEASES=[ IP=188.8.131.52 ]
LEASES=[ IP=184.108.40.206 ]
LEASES=[ IP=220.127.116.11 ]
LEASES=[ IP=18.104.22.168 ]
LEASES=[ IP=22.214.171.124 ]
LEASES=[ IP=126.96.36.199 ]
LEASE=[ IP=188.8.131.52, MAC=02:00:7f:ff:ff:ff, USED=1, VID=0 ]
LEASE=[ IP=184.108.40.206, MAC=02:00:7f:ff:ff:ff, USED=1, VID=5 ]
LEASE=[ IP=220.127.116.11, MAC=02:00:7f:ff:ff:ff, USED=1, VID=6 ]
LEASE=[ IP=18.104.22.168, MAC=02:00:7f:ff:ff:ff, USED=1, VID=7 ]
LEASE=[ IP=22.214.171.124, MAC=02:00:7f:ff:ff:ff, USED=1, VID=8 ]
LEASE=[ IP=126.96.36.199, MAC=02:00:7f:ff:ff:ff, USED=0, VID=-1 ] ==========================
This doesn´t happen if the assigned IP addresses lie below 188.8.131.52!!
Also trying to assign MAC fixed addresses in the network template shows the same problem when the THIRD octet (CC in AA:BB:CC:DD:EE:FF) exceeds 127=0x7F.