SPANs vs. Taps 1
SPANs vs. Taps 2
ISO's OSI Model
Search for a particular Ethernet manufacturer OUI or a vendor name
Another OUI search engine
If you type CMD in your Win10 search bar, you're presented with a Command Prompt (DOS-like) window showing your home directory.
If you then type ipconfig, you can see your enabled network adaptors.
You're probably interested in "Ethernet adapter Ethernet:". Notice how you get its IPv4 or IPv6 address but not your adapter's MAC address?
Try this instead: ipconfig /all. Now you should see the same adaptor as well as its Physical Address. The Description field above the Physical Address
may show you the vendor name. In the event it does not, highlight and copy the address from the "DOS" window and paste it into the link above.
Ethernet Multicast Addresses
Analyzing 10/100Mbps Full Duplex
Physical Error Assessments
Early Transmit and Early Receive Functions:
An explanation from FreePatentsOnline
Realtek's version of ET
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53MB Test File
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