MAC Lookup Tool provides you information about any MAC Address of a networking card installed into your computer or any other device.
MAC Address or media access control address is a unique ID assigned to network interface cards (NICs). It is also known as a physical or hardware address. It identifies the hardware manufacturer and is used for network communication between devices in a network segment. MAC Address usually consists of six groups of two hexadecimal digits.
A MAC address is a unique identifier for network interfaces. It is a 48-bit number (12 hexadecimal characters). They can either be written in either of these formats:
The first three sets of two hexadecimal numbers in a MAC Address identify the card manufacturer, which is called OUI (organizationally unique identifier). OUI is always the same for NICs manufactured by the same company.
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