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Hexadecimal numbers


Each device that can be connected to a network has an associated Media Access Control (MAC) address. Those addresses are typically printed on the actual device, using hexadecimal notation for each number in the address.
Every MAC address is made up of 6 sets of 2-digit hexadecimal numbers. Here's an example:
What's the maximum number of devices that can have unique MAC addresses?
Choose 1 answer: