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Finding Your MAC Address

The following guide should assist in finding your MAC address (a unique identifier of your computer's networking hardware).
We may ask you for this when tidying up your network, or putting additional security measures in place.
Your MAC address will look similar to the MAC addresses below.
00:A0:C9:14:C8:29
00:a0:c9:14:c8:29
00-A0-C9-14-C8-29


This guide provides instructions for Android devices, Apple mobile devices, Windows OS computers and Apple computers.
Most of the guide references the WIFI MAC address, however the same techniques can be learned to collect your hard-wired, or 'Ethernet' MAC address.




Android Phone/Tablet

 

Depending on your device, attempt to follow one set of instructions listed below:

 

1. On the Home screen, tap the Menu button and go to Settings.
2. Tap About Phone or About tablet
3. Tap Status.
4. Scroll down to see your Wi-Fi MAC address.

Or,

1. On the Home screen, tap the Menu button and go to Settings.
2. Tap About Phone.
3. Tap Hardware information.
4. Scroll down to see your Wi-Fi MAC address.

iPhone/iPad

 

1. Tap on Settings
2. Tap on General
3. Navigate to and tap on “About”
4. Scroll down to “Wi-Fi Address”

 

 

Windows PC/Laptop

1. Press the Windows key and R together.
2. Type “cmd” without the quotes and click ok
3. In the black box type ipconfig /all
4. The MAC address will be listed under the Wireless Network Connection or Ethernet Network Connection (as applicable) details.

 

 

Windows Phone 8/8.1

1. From the menu, open Settings
2. Navigate to and tap on "about"
3. Click the "more info" button
4. The MAC address will be listed below the hardware information.

 

 

Mac PC/Laptop

1. Click on spotlight
2. Type “terminal” without the quotes and select terminal when it is suggested
3. Type “networksetup -listallhardwareports” without quotes and press return
4. The MAC addresses will be listed on this page.

 

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