To find the MAC address on your Windows computer
- Click the Start menu in the bottom-left corner of the screen.
- Select Run or type cmd into the search bar at the bottom of the Start menu to populate the command prompt.
- Type ipconfig /all (make sure to include the space between "g" and "/") and press enter.
- The MAC address is listed as a series of 12 digits, listed as the physical address (00:1A:C2:7B:00:47, for example).
Please note: Each network adapter (wireless, Ethernet, ect.) has a separate MAC address.
To find the MAC address on your Apple computer:
- Select System Preferences from the Apple menu.
- Click Network.
- Select Wi-Fi from the list on the left and click the Advanced button.
- Select the Hardware tab and the MAC address will appear below.
- Return to the Network menu and Select Ethernet from the list on the left and click the Advanced button.
- Select the Hardware tab and the MAC address for the ethernet card will appear below.