The address to which a PDU should be transported. Destination addresses usually are by implication global addresses (unique to the entire network). They are also usually used in the context of a connectionless LAN.
The network address to which a data packet or cell is addressed.
The first 6 bytes in a standard Ethernet frame, which contains the address of the station to which a frame is being sent.
An IP address and port, from which a listening client can receive a multicast. A client instructs its network card to listen for packets arriving at the destination address and port.
The destination address, usually the network and host identifiers.
A field in the message packet format identifying the end node(s) to which the packet is being sent.
Address of a network device that is receiving data.
The IP or MAC address of the node that is to receive the packet.
The IP address that specifies where a datagram is to be sent; contains the network and host identifiers. Any network or host.
The destination device's address.