Computer Redefined

Discussion in 'Computer Forum' started by lord_neo, Jul 25, 2005.

  1. lord_neo

    lord_neo Guest

    For more interesting computer tit bits
  2. ssslayer

    ssslayer Banned

    c'mon ... that page seems to be done by a kid ...

    but yeah the net card has a unique ID ... which a manufacturer puts ... that surely can be used as an identity ...
  3. bob-bobby

    bob-bobby Extinct or Banned!

    that was a message from neo to all the pranksters in the house , so guys juss keep your hands in ur pocket :p :p :p

    nice info !!!
  4. death_metal_fan

    death_metal_fan oh goody, it's a woody!

    What a load of crap. A hard drive does not have a unique IP address. Hell a hard drive does not know what an IP address is. An IP address is a VIRTUAL address that is given to each 'logical host interface' of every machine connected to an IP network such as the Internet.

    @ssslayer: You are correct. Each network interface card (or NIC) has a 48 bit (or MAC-48) Media Access Control address burned into it which is unique to every machine.

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