In a Frame Address Field, you get the destination and source MAC addresses. But does the frame address field in a frame structure also include source and destination IP addresses? (I am referring to layer 2 of the OSI model)
Thank you for confirming this. I was doing some practice questions for my CCNA course and a question asked me to select the components within the frame fields. I did not select "destination IP address" because I knew logical addresses are not in the frame. But when it marked my answer, it said I got the question wrong because the destination IP address is in the frame! This confused me so I had to clarify here. Glad I was correct after all and I shall inform them.
as stated by paresh, i would like to add that ip addresses are layer 3, whitch we find them in packets (the data unit of layer 3) , that packet when it hits the layer 2 of the osi model it becomes the payload of what we call a frame (the data unit of layer 2) that indeed has a header that contains layer 2 address such as MAC addresses for ethernet or DLCI for frame relay..
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