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  1. Recently I reinstalled my build (DS3617xs/6.1.7) using a set of serial/mac(starting with 02:11:32) generated by Docker/DDSM. Everything went smooth until I create a new host in VMM, the mac of the DSM was changed to another random address(#1). I rebooted the DSM and kept looking at the router, the DSM started with 02:11:32 but later when the VM started, the DSM mac was changed again to another random address different from #1. I checked the grub.cfg of the usb drive and it wasn't changed. Now I am sure the DSM mac was changed during either the creation of a new VM or the startup of an existing one. Are there any methods to stop this?
  2. Firstly, my apologies if this has been answered already. Ive been unable to get a clear answer here for days. I have a valid serial number from a DS3615xs that had died, and I never got around to RMAing before it was lost for good. I have a DSM 6.1.5 Virtual machine on ESXI 6.0. I am trying to get a clear understanding of how a Mac addresses are derived from a Serial number. Ive gone over the discussions and tools out there for it, but it seems all of them assume a generated serial number, and not one that I already have. Any information you guys can give will be extremely helpful.
  3. I have got genuine serial + MAC from another/wrecked Synology device. Is it recomended to use it? If so, how to do that? Will there be any advantage? Thanks in advance.
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