Bits determining type of MAC addresses?

shanparamesshanparames Posts: 87Member ■■□□□□□□□□
Hi

In the 6th edition of Todd Lammle book, in chapter 1 of Ethernet Networking, about ethernet MAC addresses, it is mentioned that the high-order bit represents the Individual/Group bit (47) & for Global/local bit is 46th bit of the MAC ADDRESS's OUI .475px-MAC-48_Address.svg.png


The figure which I pasted is from wikipedia.It is saying that the LSB of the most significant byte of the MAC represents the I/G & G/L

Which is correct?

Please provide me the clarification
Thanks,

Regards

S.Swaminathan

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