I’ve been taking a look at what happens when you use the console to generate a Device EUI. It appears these are not unique addresses and are instead randomly generated. They clash with registered MAC address blocks and other EUI-64 addresses
This is a problem as they may clash with addresses in commercial devices or EUI chipsets.
A block of addresses is not particularly expensive. The smallest block at around $650 gives 250k addresses.
Could TTN buy some address space for devices? I’d happily pay £10 for 1000 addresses for devices that I could assign. It’s a much cheaper option to program device eeprom than have to buy an EUI chip