07/25/2014

To which does the MAC handle belong to,and why?

there’s the TCP, UDP,IP and lastly Ethernet.Which such a has received the MAC tackle and why?

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i might delight in all future solutions,thanks.

Comments

  1. Justin says:

    mac addresses do not belong to a particilar protocol a mac is used basically on hardware devices such as network card this address can be used by these protocols to send data on a lan

  2. johntrottier says:

    The MAC ID belongs to each piece of hardware
    Ethernet card
    Wireless adapter
    Router
    Switch
    Whatever
    The component does not have to even use the Ethernet communications protocol to have a MAC ID. It is simply a hardware identifier

    Ethernet is a communications standard for computers
    TCP, IP and UDP are protocols that make up the Ethernet standard that specifies how messages are formed and passed

  3. Gzus says:

    Ethernet is the correct answer. TCP and UDP are layer 4 protocols. IP is a layer 3 protocol. Ethernet functions at layer 1 and 2, layer 2 being the layer MAC addresses are found.

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