machine address

machine address

[mə′shēn ə′dres]
(computer science)
The actual and unique internal designation of the location at which an instruction or datum is to be stored or from which it is to be retrieved.

machine address

The numerical location of a memory byte or peripheral device. See absolute address.
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The report states: "The Infoblox IPAM solution can mitigate these risks by reducing and removing human errors related to complex IPv6 addressing and maintenance of virtual machine address pools.
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Even more important, network managers will be able to define virtual LANs on the basis of an authenticated user, not simply a physical-layer, MAC-layer or network-layer machine address.