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Terms <p> MAC <p> Definitions <p> Media Access Control 802.3 (Ethernet) defines the MAC sublayer of IEEE Ethernet. <p>
• Less Complex: Compared to not using a model, network models break the concepts into smaller parts.<p>
Terms <p> Ethernet address, NIC address, LAN address <p> Definitions <p> Other names often used instead of MAC address. These terms describe the 6-byte address of the LAN interface card. <p>
 
Terms <p> Burned-in address <p> Definitions <p> The 6-byte address assigned by the vendor making the card. <p>
• Standard Interfaces: The standard interface definitions between each layer allow for multiple vendors to create products that complete to be used for a given function, along with all the benefits of open competition.<p>
Terms <p> Unicast address <p> Definitions <p> A term for a MAC that represents a single LAN interface. <p>
 
Terms <p> Broadcast address <p> Definitions <p> An address that means "all devices that reside on this LAN right now." <p>
• Easier to learn: Humans can more easily discuss and learn about the many details of a protocol speccification.<p>
Terms <p> Multicast address <p> Definitions <p> On Ethernet, a multicast address implies some subset of all devices currently on the Ethernet LAN. <p>
 
• Easier to develop: Reduced complexity allows easier program changes and faster product development.<p>
 
• Multivendor interoperability: Creating products to meet the same networking standards means that computers and networking gear from multiple vendors can work in the same network.<p>
 
• Modular engineering: One vendor can write software that implements higher layers – for example, a web browser – and another vendor can write software that implements the lower layers – for example, Microsoft’s built-in TCP/IP software in its operating systems.