How is an Ethernet MAC address constructed?

Last Updated on March 26, 2021 by Admin

How is an Ethernet MAC address constructed?

  • The first 3 bytes represent the network upon which the host resides, and the last 3 bytes uniquely identify the host.
  • The first 3 bytes represent the vendor OUI, and the last 3 bytes are assigned uniquely by the vendor
  • The first 3 bytes are uniquely assigned by LANA, and the last 3 bytes represent the serial number of the host
  • The first 3 byles represent the vendor OUI, and the last 3 byles are assigned randorily by the operating system.
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