I have a Thunderbolt to Ethernet adapter for a MacBook Air and I need to assign a static IP address to it.
I assume the MAC address is embedded in a given adapter... and by convention I would assume that the MAC address would be written somewhere on the device, but it is not. Does the MAC address have more to do with the adapter of the MAC itself?
In other words if I swap adapters will the MAC address change, or will it stay the same? What if I swap thunderbolt ports it's plugged into (for MacBook Pro Retina)?
Does the same logic above apply to Thunderbolt displays since they have Ethernet?