MAC Address

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== Windows ==
== Windows ==
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Go to Start-->Run<br>
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On Windows machines, the "MAC address" is called "Physical Address."<br>
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Please follow the instructions below to find the physical address of your network card.<br><br>
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Go to Start --> Run<br>
[[Image:WinStart.png]]<br>
[[Image:WinStart.png]]<br>
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Enter cmd and click OK<br>
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Enter "cmd" (without quotes) and click OK. You should see a black window like the one below, the command prompt:<br>
[[Image:WinCMD.png]]<br>
[[Image:WinCMD.png]]<br>
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Enter ipconfig/all and hit enter<br>
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Please type the following inside: "ipconfig /all" (without quotes) and press enter.<br>
[[Image:WinIPConfig.png]]<br>
[[Image:WinIPConfig.png]]<br>
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Enter Physical address from Ethernet adapter into form. Be sure you don't use the wireless adapter physical address.<br>
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You will see a lot of text similar to the picture below. Please find the section called "Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection" and look for the line that says "Physical Address." Physical address should look something like the highlighted portion of the picture below. If you see several "Local Area Connections," the first one will likely be the one you need.<br>
[[Image:Macaddr.png]]
[[Image:Macaddr.png]]

Revision as of 17:11, 3 April 2008

Windows

On Windows machines, the "MAC address" is called "Physical Address."
Please follow the instructions below to find the physical address of your network card.

Go to Start --> Run
Image:WinStart.png

Enter "cmd" (without quotes) and click OK. You should see a black window like the one below, the command prompt:
Image:WinCMD.png

Please type the following inside: "ipconfig /all" (without quotes) and press enter.
Image:WinIPConfig.png

You will see a lot of text similar to the picture below. Please find the section called "Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection" and look for the line that says "Physical Address." Physical address should look something like the highlighted portion of the picture below. If you see several "Local Area Connections," the first one will likely be the one you need.
Image:Macaddr.png



Mac

Go to System Preferences
Image:Sys_pref.png

Open Network page and click advanced on Ethernet page
Image:Ether.PNG

Click Ethernet.
Enter Ethernet ID into form.
Image:Mac_addr.PNG

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