Desktop Devices


Desktop Devices:


  • Windows:

    1. Click Start
    2. Type “cmd” (newer versions of windows will automatically start searching)
    3. Click on cmd.exe (command prompt)
    4. Type “ipconfig /all” and press Enter!
    5. Locate the “Physical Address(MAC Address) under the “Wireless LAN Adapter WiFi” for WiFi or “Ethernet adapter Ethernet” for a LAN connection.

  • Mac OS:

    1. Select “System Preferences” from the Apple menu on the top left of your screen.
    2. Select the “Network”option
    3. Select “Wi-Fi” and select “Advanced”
    4. Select the “Hardware” Tab and the MAC address will be displayed

  • ChromeBook:

    1. Click your account photo.
    2. Click the Wi-Fi network Wi-Fi.
    3. At the top of the box, click Information Information.
    4. You’ll see your Chromebook’s IP address and IPv6 address. Your MAC address is labeled “Wi-Fi.”


  • Linux:

    1. Open Terminal
    2. Type “ifconfig -a”
    3. Locate appropriate hardware address for your device network interface

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