Remember your elementary school art lessons? The primary colors from which all other colors are derived are: red, yellow, blue (plus the shades of black and white).
In the world of TVs and computer monitors, however, the primary colors are red, green, and blue. The reason? In school we were taught the art of subtractive color mixing, wherease display monitors uses the process of additive mixing. By starting with red, green and blue, the color yellow can be created from the composite color, Green, which a combination of yellow and blue.
Red #ff0000 rgb(255,0,0)Green #00ff00 rgb(0,255,0)Blue #0000ff rgb(0,0,255)
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Remove extra whitespace Tool
This tool removes multiple whitespace and tabs from text and replaces them with a single whitespace. It can also optionally delete all tabs or replace them with a single space.
OUI Lookup Tool
Every MAC address contains an Organizationally Unique Identifier (OUI), which identifies the vendor of the device to which a MAC address is assigned. The OUI is the first 6 bytes (48 bits) of the MAC address. The remaining 6 bytes, represent a unique identifier for the specific device
This tool provides an quick way to find the OUIs of a MAC address. It uses the
Wireshark manufacturer database, which is a list of OUIs and MAC addresses compiled from a number of sources.
Type or Paste in a list of OUIs or MAC addresses in the box below. The OUI or MAC addresses can be entered by using any of these examples:
Using OUI (or full MAC address) in any format: 0040.7f,00407f, 00:40:7f or 00-40-7f
Partial OUI: 0040 (returns all matching vendors)
Vendor Name eg: Toshiba (returns all OUIs assigned to the vendor).