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Network+ Training Guide by Mike Harwood, Drew Bird

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Exercises

3.1. Determining MAC Addresses for Network Cards

This chapter identifies the characteristics and functions of network devices. In an ideal world, this project would require hands-on experience with these devices, but this is not an ideal world, and access to this equipment is not always easy. Therefore, we will include two exercises that you might be required to perform if such devices are used on your network.

This project assumes that you are using Windows 2000.

Estimated time: 20 minutes

1.
Open a command window by selecting Start, Run. In the command box, type command and then click OK.
2.
At the command prompt, type ipconfig /all. The MAC address of your NIC is displayed in the Physical Address line.
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