Gaming Consoles


Sony Consoles:


  • Playstation 3:

    1. Locate the Settings selection from the main menu
    2. Select System settings
    3. Select System Information
    4. The Mac Address is shown on the screen

  • Playstation 4:

      1. Locate the Settings selection from the main menu
      2. Select Network
      3. Select View Connection Status
      4. The Mac Address is shown on the screen
      5. Be sure you provide the correct MAC-address. WiFi for connections via WiFi, LAN for connections via Ethernet cable.

  • PSP:

    1. Open System Settings
    2. Select System Information
    3. The Mac Address is shown on the screen

Nintendo Consoles:


  • Nintendo 3DS:

    1. Select System Settings
    2. Select Internet Settings
    3. Select Other Information
    4. Select Confirm Mac address

 


  • Wii U:

    1. Select System settings
    2. Select the Internet Icon
    3. Select View Mac address

  • Switch:

    1. Open Internet settings
    2. Select Other information
    3. Select Confirm Mac Address

 


Microsoft Consoles:


  • Xbox 360:

    1. Open My Xbox from the Xbox Home screen
    2. Select System Settings
    3. Select Network Settings
    4. Select Configure Network
    5. Select Additional Settings
    6. Select Advanced Settings
    7. The Mac address for the Wireless and Wired connections are shown on screen

  • Xbox One:

    1. Open My Games and Apps
    2. Select Settings
    3. Select Network
    4. Select Advanced Settings
    5. The Mac address for the Wireless and Wired connections are shown on screen

Google Consoles:


  • Stadia:

    1. Open the Stadia App
    2. Tap the controller icon in the top right of the app
    3. Select the controller
    4. Follow the prompts until you’re on the “Connect controller to Wi-Fi” page
    5. Tap “Need your controller’s Wi-Fi MAC address?”
      Stadia MAC-Address

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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