What are two functions of MAC addresses in a LAN? (Choose two.)
- to indicate the best path between separate networks
- to determine which host has priority to transfer data
- to associate with a specific network IP address
- to uniquely identify a node on a network
- to allow the transfer of frames from source to destination
Explanation: All Ethernet network devices have a unique Media Access Control (MAC) address that is burned into the network interface card (NIC). The MAC address is used to direct data from a particular device to a specific network destination.