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I was playing about with Smac evaluation, a program for mac addresses.
In the network adapters tab it gives me two instances of my network card,
both active. Why is the same card listed as active twice ?
I looked at another mac program, and this one gives me one network card
active, and says I have nine interfaces, one active and eight invalid. What
are the eight invalid ones about ?
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