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Ethernet Address - Definition

An Ethernet Address is also called a MAC (Media Access Control) address. It is a 48-bit number used to uniquely identify each computer in a network and it is usually written in hexadecimal format (e.g. 007637421E3C). You can say is the one-of-a-kind hardware address that identifies any Ethernet device, including network interface cards (NICs), network printers, DSL bridges, cable modems and routers.


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