How Many Bits in a Mac Address?


The MAC address has 48 bits. The total number of bits on its length are six and the bytes are eight. It is found in the network adapter. The address is allocated by the company which has made the NIC.
Q&A Related to "How Many Bits in a Mac Address?"
MAC addresses consist of 48 bits each.
There are eight bits (b) in one byte (B) Similarly, there are eight kilobits (kb) in a kilobyte (kB) and eight megabits (Mb) in a megabyte (MB)
1. Open the Command Prompt by typing "cmd" into Window's Start menu search box. Alternatively, select "Run" from the Start menu and type "cmd. 2. Type "
address space = 24 bits-2 power 24)16 M words.
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