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In linux machines, the network card has a physical address of 48 bits (represented in hex) that uniquely identifies the card, this is called the [...] address

MAC

^^ MAC stands for Media Access Control

^^^e.g. MAC address is 08:00:27:7a:ab:12, each 2-digit hex chunck is 8 bits, so 6x8=48. The reason for each 2 digit chunch being 8 bits is, think FF = 11111111

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In linux machines, the network card has a physical address of 48 bits (represented in hex) that uniquely identifies the card, this is called the [...] address
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In linux machines, the network card has a physical address of 48 bits (represented in hex) that uniquely identifies the card, this is called the [...] address

MAC

^^ MAC stands for Media Access Control

^^^e.g. MAC address is 08:00:27:7a:ab:12, each 2-digit hex chunck is 8 bits, so 6x8=48. The reason for each 2 digit chunch being 8 bits is, think FF = 11111111

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25. Introduction to IP
ts to transmit a frame while another card is in the process of transmitting a frame, then a clash is said to have occurred, and the card waits a random amount of time and then tries again. Each <span>network card has a physical address of 48 bits called the hardware address (which is inserted at the time of its manufacture and has nothing to do with IP addresses). Each frame has a destination address in its header that tells what network card it is destine

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