as a company, we have chosen RPI CM3 as development platform for a project and designed a board which uses CM3 and has LAN9512 on board (for ethernet connectivity).
The firmware sets the MAC address of eth0 automatically with one of the MAC address assigned to RPI foundation as for any other Raspberry PI board.
Is it fine for Raspberry Pi foundation that CM customers uses their OUI b8:27:eb:xx:xx:xx in their end products OR shall customers request IEEE a MAC address block for their own company?
I could not find this information anywhere both in site and forum. Sorry if was already answered.