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Do Hubs have MAC addresses?

Posted on 2002-05-31
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Hi,
I just have a simple question, do hubs have MAC addresses? As I remember, they don't and it's been awhile since I took my courses and I just want to be sure.

Thanks.

Jin
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It depends on whether or not they are active or passive hubs. Active hubs will have a mac and some of them you can even put an IP and a host name as well. Passive hubs don't do anything but create a physical connection for cables and they don't have a mac address.

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Thanks TooKoolKris, you answered my question and refreshed my memory.

Sincerely,
Jin
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